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


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Silver Road

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

We opened our hearts
 as the shaman spoke

Telling us the future where
strange creatures walk the Earth
right into our town and our lives.

Their blue eyes
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Poetry vibrations

All poems by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Galveston sand dunes

A jog away from the choppy waves
and foamy swaths of excited bubbles
tumbling in from high tide
stands the overlook of rippled dunes.

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Poetry in flavors

All poems by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

The lace above her eyes

The lace above her eyes
vibrates like honey;
Casting no shadows as he
bends to one knee.

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Poetry in colors

All poems by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Gusty

Slapping skirts and ties and hats
the pushy wind makes acrobats.
Stalwart trees now bow then break.
The flurry spreads. No give and take.
Pets and birds and cows take shelter
from the swirly dusty helter skelter. Continue reading


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Protester’s Pocket Guide for Responsible Speech

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Being a protester means taking on the responsibility of “the cause”
and if you don’t know what that is,
then you just might be a pawn in someone else’s agenda.

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Saturn is my peanut

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

A long, long time ago, in an orbit, not so far away,
there shined a gas planet, just like a brilliant star,
which we now call Saturn.

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