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Poems written in May 2012
Comments welcome.
[poem notes in brackets like this]


1. [Strange but true. Remember this when naming your children]

Too many consonants at the front of a name
makes the person cold and hard hearted.
Too many vowels at the front of a name
makes the person vulnerable to harm.
When kites have a wind
of their own
and no longer need
wind or string ...
A meteor is trying to keep up with us.
It follows behind in the orbit of Earth.
It never strays or over steps.
It's a pet on a leash of gravity
that runs and runs but is stuck in place,
never closer or farther away.
Have you a bee
in your throat?
All your words
seem honey coated.
In some worlds
the shadows come first...


The deaf hear sweeter bells.

Art is life as we'd like it to be.

Here's a puzzle, in my older photos I look younger!

The earlier you eat, the better you sleep.

On TV singing contest shows: People who have talent aren't chosen by a committee.

Porcupines invented acupuncture.

When they say your mind can cure you, which mind do they mean?
(Enteric nervous system?)

Tom Hendricks
(editor of the 19 year old zine Musea)
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