Weed Poetry Anyone?

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Re: Weed Poetry Anyone?

Postby Salvador Oria » Mon Dec 22, 2008 10:12 pm

Piping

Small metal pipes
or made from porcelain
hold chemicals
to be heated
by carefully
dropped embers.
Deeply aspired
and then blown
slowly
scenting the air
already perfumed;
one day
other flowers
will be plucked
and dried
to refill the pipes
one other day
next month,
or next year,
for an adventurous flight
or an odyssey
to dream
once again
without fear.

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Re: Weed Poetry Anyone?

Postby Louis P. Burns aka Lugh » Mon Dec 22, 2008 11:24 pm

Great poem Sal :D

slight spelling mistake 'parfumed' should be 'perfumed.' do you want me to copy it over to the healing herbs' pages when you've corrected it dude?

thanks for sharing 8) :mrgreen: ...
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Re: Weed Poetry Anyone?

Postby Salvador Oria » Tue Dec 23, 2008 5:00 pm

Correction made and thanks to you BOLD! The probable cause was my normal pronunciation of this word... sorry.
:D

and oh, yes, copy it wherever you want it.
"...my dreams were all my own; i accounted for them to nobody; they

were my refuge when annoyed - my dearest pleasure when free."

mary shelley in her author's introduction to "frankestein", 1831.

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Re: Weed Poetry Anyone?

Postby Louis P. Burns aka Lugh » Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:58 pm

Salvador Oria wrote:Correction made and thanks to you BOLD!

LOL - I haven't been called BOLD for a while. What a flashback :shock: :mrgreen: Louis = Bold Warrior, which was abbreviated to BOLD while researching for the Healing Herbs film via MSN Cloud 9 (now defunct). It was also my screename on the original Sensitize and a few other MSN groups. I prefer Lugh though. It's the native Irish Gaelic translation of my name and has loads of positive energies for me and hopefully a few more :) ...

Salvador Oria wrote:The probable cause was my normal pronunciation of this word... sorry.
:D

Write on the Sensitize blackboard 100 times: 'I must stop apologising for my words and remember that I am a writer with the freedom (always) to change my world on an instant.'

Salvador Oria wrote:and oh, yes, copy it wherever you want it.

Cheers Sal. Very much appreciated old chap :D ...

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Re: Weed Poetry Anyone?

Postby Salvador Oria » Fri Feb 06, 2009 2:48 pm

I posted this yesterday, somewhere in here thinking I was standing on the right place but it seems I was not. Then I remembered it was in The Pleasure Dome at Multiply. This should have been the right place, so it goes again...

Shrinking loves.

Seven plants I had in flowerpots,
seven plants I lovingly cared for.
Three show their male attributes,
and four are now my dolls.
(c) 2009 Argie aka Salvador Oria
"...my dreams were all my own; i accounted for them to nobody; they

were my refuge when annoyed - my dearest pleasure when free."

mary shelley in her author's introduction to "frankestein", 1831.


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