Tag Archives: Summer

Slowly I Turned

Slowly I Turned by Cam M. Roberts   I. In periphrastic August our sky remained cloudless as the sun shone grueling fierce into the pinnacle of bellicose noon where all haven shadows withdrew and the horizon rose in blurry fumes all day I was sanctioned … Continue reading

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Whale

Whale by Cam M. Roberts   A dwelling to resurrect Our inspiration, a splurge To splay our absolutism in two: Birthing out Creatures, Krakens, And Ghosts of the churning waters To hurl out dead answers onto shores Of uncertainty.  We … Continue reading

Posted in 2010, Poetry, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

To the Blackberries

To the Blackberries  by Cam M. Roberts When summer left me, late September came soon enough while shortening the days.  Time felt a long bluff hedged as pies and cobblers were undercooked like a baby’s early bloom from crevice and … Continue reading

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