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Lavender Tears…

Deep in the night, I lay sleepless for you… And as the day drones on, I won’t forget you…. But I don’t dare name you aloud! I listen to the same old song, I sip a cup of tea, and … Continue reading

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Come back Diana

As I sit alone in the night, the lights go out, I think of you. Its been years, but what I wouldn’t do to see you again! You were the part of me always missing. What I felt in the … Continue reading

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Love in the Spider-House

From Thomas: To a lovely girl that doesn’t know how beautiful she is to me.   Steal away with me…   Slip behind the shelf, and find the passage that leads out back to that special place.   A place you … Continue reading

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Journey to the Desert Colosus

Another great poem from Thomas McKinney. He wants to dedicate this one to the memory of Lord Dunsany, and the living legend of La Lady de la Florida. Also, to Shigeru Miyamoto… I feel I am floating along as my heart … Continue reading

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Pomona and the endless wastes…

As I stare at the night sky, as I behold the stars, I long for you to stand next to me. I wish to gaze with you at the celestial vault and dream together of infinite space. I roam alone … Continue reading

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Pomona’s Orchard

The Following was written by local Toledo poet Thomas McKinney   I walk in a forest wet with dew and I see you standing there where a beam of light breaks thru the trees. You greet me with a sweet … Continue reading

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