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Scattered Light – Poetic Works Available Now!

Scattered Light – Poetic Works Available Now!

Scattered Light, the Poetic Works of Jason JG Carnrike The time has arrived! My collection of poetry, Scattered Light, is available today. Get your digital copy from Amazon and Barnes & Noble now. Paperback, Kobo and iTunes will be available soon. Scattered Light is a poetry collection spanning many years and many loves, valleys of heartache, and summits of splendor. Children’s…

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15 Favorite Poems From Childhood

15 Favorite Poems From Childhood

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New Poem – Plight of the Roofless

New Poem – Plight of the Roofless

Plight of the Roofless You seem abnormal, slightly off-kilter. You frantically pace the grass, unable to keep your own speed. You are dirty, possibly never showering in your entire life. You find food virtually anywhere; on the ground, in a dumpster, in a tree, if need be. Amid countless twitches and face scratches, you shove…

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A Poem a Day – God

God by Khalil Gibran In the ancient days, when the first quiver of speech came to my lips, I ascended the holy mountain and spoke unto God, saying, ‘Master, I am thy slave. Thy hidden will is my law and I shall obey thee for ever more.’ But God made no answer, and like a…

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A Poem a Day – In Defiance of the Sun

In Defiance of the Sun The sun came down and said unto the earth, “Let me sleep not beyond your horizon for I have seen beauty’s apex and it must be ever lasting.” But the earth revolved, not obliging the sun’s request, oblivious to the rapture of perfection. And the moon came down upon the…

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Poem of the Week – Nocturne Pour La Petite Morte

Nocturne Pour La Petite Morte When… the last Morning star softly fades in the dawning of the pale misting light, of the last summer’s morning… When… the last blossom smiles in the last sun-ray, beaming… and the last story ends… with all hopes, and all dreaming… As the last swallow climbs on the last winds…

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A Poem a Day – Fear No More – Shakespeare

Fear no more the heat o’ the sun; Nor the furious winter’s rages, Thou thy worldly task hast done, Home art gone, and ta’en thy wages; Golden lads and girls all must, As chimney sweepers come to dust. Fear no more the frown of the great, Thou art past the tyrant’s stroke: Care no more…

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Poem of the Day – When Pain Dims the Light

When pain dims the light you will see my face no more. When affection is lost in the night I will be left outside your door. When the pain blurs your sight and love is all that you see you will look within yourself, but you will never see me. © Jason JG Carnrike

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