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I wish I saw the Wallflowers at the Hartford Meadows on the twelfth of September eighteen years ago. I used to love The Wallflowers and my mom bought tickets for my 17th birthday and I waited all summer long and … Continue reading

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Haiku #6 for my niece 

Spend time in nature ask your parents to take you upstate now and then

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Haiku #5 for my niece 

Some days you’ll want to cry all day for no reason. That’s perfectly fine.

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Haiku #4 for my niece

Life gives bushels of lemons and limes but sometimes it’s sweet oranges.

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Haiku #3 for my niece

Soon they’ll baptize you, it’s something some people do but no god owns you

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Haiku #1

Chase dreams not money seek knowledge not a degree and you will be free

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“Welcome To Earth” (for Carina Marie, my niece 8/13/2019)

“Welcome To Earth” (for Carina Marie, my niece 8/13/2019) Never forget that you come from the stars, you are more precious than bars of gold stacked higher than Mars, more precious than an ocean brimming with saffron. Remember, water is … Continue reading

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