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For months the streets were dark, streetlights disconnected Citizens were shadows, businesses uneventful Difficult to see as one rides through the city. Cathedral security and vehicle high beams the only light puncturing the dark. The streetlights are back on now … Continue reading
Grey clouds hang over the morning Creating a midnight blue canvas Sounds of the awakening city hum Buses idle, waiting to capture first guests Tires clap on freeway pavement Early birds sweeten the chorus Towers aglow greet morning shift steps … Continue reading
They march and they march To clinic and ward and ER They ask and seek and plead Stop the pain that makes the heart bleed The limb, the hip, the neck, the back Physicians are a revolving door Resolving this … Continue reading
One cold, morning moment she walked unto the porch After a night alone? Overcome with life follies she collapsed Fell to her knees Then slumped to the side Hitting her head on the cement She lay there as the snow covered … Continue reading
Yellow cab flashes passes its color through the city carrying unknown passengers to typical destinations.
The Lady stands on the roof of the south tower Now a beacon to those freeway bound Oversized and bright to signify her power Within the church and community hound. Atop the corbelled, carved parapet Her gilding gleams a bright … Continue reading