Now and then

Now and then-

A pleasant tide and day

A hand through those curls

Finger across the atlas

Swirl away and away

That lock of hair

Now a compass

Now a star drawn map

Do you see?

Now and then, a possibility?

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Wear the weather

I like the way you wear the weather

Raining down the intersection

Between want and wonder.

If I killed all the clocks could I keep you?

Who would have thought, such long and lonely roads

Between your eyes and skull.

Ocean floor

Where wells an ocean floor, there breaks the surface of thy discontent

Ravens brought by my door -not news of Lenore-

But surging memories of malcontent; I suspect therefore

Without parallel, such great tides felt irrelevant

For upon the ocean floor lies the moon and her remembrance, only sediment.