MarsEarth

Old world wisdom, new world insight – poems, poetry, philosophy, dreams, commentary, ideas


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Assemble Instruction

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

a fistful of donut
then grab a cup
it’s usually Styrofoam
milk or cream sensations
remember the sugar,
remember the little stir rod

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Before the accident

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Always on the run
Taking time to eat while standing on two feet
Telling, screaming, more like drone
to that assistant on the phone
The calendar gets full
when more cancellations rule.

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The Power of X

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Where does ‘X’ get its charisma?
From its mysterious nature,
film industry spookiness, or
the mathematical power of the Sumerians?

We experience the X or “it” as personal magnetism or
natural magnetic force or
dynamic energy.

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