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Poems written in late October  2011 

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[poem notes in brackets like this]




Their actions were

alien to me

like watching players

playing a game

where you don't know the rules

and nothing makes sense.


2. (Kid's poem)

no need to worry

no need to worry

when the  full Moon starts to fade.


no need to worry

no need to worry

it'll come back another day.




sprinkles down from the street lamp.

The sky

is salted with stars.


4. (Vision poem)

the sand turned to stone

and the stone turned to a chapel.

rain fell from the clouds

and grew doors of wood.

the sun broke out

and melted the sand

into clear panes

the rays passed through.

and lit the interior

like a candle at dusk.



 The media should cover the issues of the 99%

instead of the scandal of the 1%.


This is not a good Renoir. It's a palette with a signature.



Tom Hendricks

(editor of the 19 year old zine Musea)

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