like giant marionettes,
sway and shake with
by an unseen puppeteer—
remind me how small
I am and how
all rights reserved. Copyright Justin W. Price, November 17th, 2011
"I've never seen the wind. I've seen the effects of the wind, but I've never seen the wind." -- Billy Graham
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when I was a child I had an experience. I just don't know if it was real or a dream
- Can't Pin These Wings
i had a bird that flew away
- Dance of the Indecisive
This is a very short poem I wrote about twelve years ago. it became a song that was very long (about 7 minutes.) I've always liked the spareness of it and the dichotomous images it has. I hope you enjoy it as well. i'd be interested in hearing your t
- Last Train to Bellingham
A poem about a ride on the train from Portland to Bellingham
- Up on Roofs
it's easy to hide our bad habits at night- but what does morning bring?
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