Bio Note: I live in Berkeley, California where I have been teaching meditation to children in my community for fifteen-years. I am a multiple Pushcart Prize and Best Of The Net nominee, and the author of nine books of poetry.
light weight of everything
because everything today is happening like a dream gentleness pleasure sunbeams placing their heat the voice of a child passes by a young mother’s movements as rhythmic as dancing her enormous earrings and darting eyes her delicate voice with the child from the road, a boombox-beat, a car stops, and with vibrating windows the car invites the mother and child I glimpse the driver’s smiling face because today the satisfied sky has a blue glow but the car is a thundering instrument, walking-by, a gray-haired man motions his hands in disapproval
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