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Ken Trimble

Ken Trimble is a 60 year old poet living in the bush in South Eastern Australia. He is a story teller poet, not an academic. His work has been previously published by Ijagun Poetry Journal and elsewhere across the world. … Continue reading

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Agape

Sweet Agape came; I standing on a rise, On my first new day of my 36th year, Visions from GOD, spirit of the Source, Without and within, no hell or heaven, The glass I held fell shattering to infinitudes Of … Continue reading

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Speak

(for Reza Berati) Being born moon Unable to see shadow I stood at the gates Of opposites unaware Of what was to follow — Beginning I Beginning thought Beginning action Beginning love Beginning seed Beginning birth I am no name … Continue reading

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The Slap

I often put the cart before The horse I imagine my books Selling by the millions And that City Lights Paid me the highest Honour by having My ‘Chronicles of Kennzio’ in its window Same things happens With women. I … Continue reading

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Dreaming Diego

Writing and painting have no difference, You wait on your blank canvas muse, In the mud and slime, an idea blows by, Maybe you catch it, maybe you don’t, If you do, suddenly, the seed, becomes The flower, and then, … Continue reading

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We Two

I want to paint your portrait Nude surrounded by Hummingbirds and Doves I want to be the sun You lie down on The sensual sounds of your Words My feathers a golden task Inviting you Into the rainforest Where I … Continue reading

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