Monthly Archives: September 2013

  1. Running ̊Son – Poems collection pt. 15


    September 30 by The Running Son

        -• ö.tH(ink)Mÿstiç •- Here’s the best of my unpublished poetry over last week or two. Part 15. Love …
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  2. ◦↑◦ Phoenix arise ◦↑◦


    September 27 by The Running Son

        ◦↑◦ Phoenix arise ◦↑◦ From ash to ash again, yet hatched singing songs from previous relations, two wings …
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  3. ◕The Waiting Station◕


    September 27 by The Running Son

        ◕The Waiting Station◕ Tick goes the station’s clock, now nearly at full stop. Silence, caught like a chill …
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  4. ◐• Gloom Town •◑


    September 26 by The Running Son

      ◐• Gloom Town •◑ I see shell white condos descending to bone grey. All day long definition’s been fading. …
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  5. …and new forms conquered the old, Joshua Tree


    September 26 by The Running Son

    “…and new forms conquered the old.” yard art installation, Joshua Tree, California   Photo and art by Jim Aldrich (: …
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  6. A reason to rejoice, Joshua Tree


    September 25 by The Running Son

    “A reason to rejoice” Joshua Tree, California September 2013 A recent Autumn shower and mild weather allowed this small wildflower …
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  7. Stillness, Joshua Tree


    September 24 by The Running Son

    Joshua Tree, California September 24, 2013 7am Photo by Jim Aldrich (: For the Daily Post daily prompt: Stillness
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RFB editor Jim Aldrich, Joshua Tree CA 2013

RunningSon aka Jim Aldrich, Joshua Tree CA 2013 | This site is dedicated with the deepest gratitude to Dr. Cláudio Naranjo, whose writings gave me life.

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