Category Archives: travel poem

This is not

This is not  New York City  and you are not  twelve years old  wearing a black velvet jacket  two cats have died  two dogs too,  this is not an exciting city , most of your family has been buried  but there … Continue reading

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How to make friends and influence people

Dale Carnegie advices in his well known book, to talk about topics people wish to talk about finding friends like fishing with a hook; You don’t want to please strangers, yet  you  want to make friends too. what to do? … Continue reading

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Germany-we have grown?

27th January,2016 Germany I see three young people with  movie cameras , they turn out to be two from London and one from Germany living in London working for a charity foundation for refugees. All of the sudden an idea … Continue reading

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Detachment

After years of searching and seeking answers,not finding answers S. finds herself in Switzerland ,a country that has taught her after failed comprehension of what makes up a relationship with anyone ,the art of detachment. The locals seem to need … Continue reading

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lost and not found

lost Description eyes of blue hair of gold a man (i’m told) a child (at unfold) likes to hold but prefers  to be held , likes the wisdom of the old, but prefers the company of the young and bold. … Continue reading

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losing something every day

Losing something every day, an object, a dream, a person you thought was a friend, a baby all grown up, a puppy now adult, a rose now wilted leaves, youth now wisdom, a day that will turn to night, a … Continue reading

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wild wind

“Like the leaf clings to the tree oh my darling cling to me for we are like creatures of the wind , and wild is the wind .” -sang by David Bowie No, I did not hear the sound of … Continue reading

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Watch “Be Neil Diamond subtitulada en español” on YouTube

Be. simply live and dream of beauty. Be.

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Going back- train

Germany 20.1.2016 All resentments left somewhere, a jacket the color of  deep blue skies seeking stars , feathers once used for flying keep me warm from the wind. Try not to hate if you can not love, Leave anger somewhere … Continue reading

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Little girl blue

“little girl blue”      -A new  documentary film about the life of Janis  Joplin . A Film review in fragmented poetry. “Didn’t i make you feel like you were the only man in the world for me?”     – Take … Continue reading

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