Bunny Scent
My Dog Would Kill
Oh Give Me A Hill!
Walk Don't Run
Wise Crack
Joy Is In My Blood
Second Brain
humanity is a tiger
monkey gun
It Came To Me This Morning
tetrahedral cull cathedral
Four Tribes
It Passes, The Night
Loki & Lucifer
Love & Laughter
I'm A Born-Again Virgin
Subliminal Pornography
Luscious Lips of Lily
I Will Follow
Science and Dreamer
The Blood-Spattered Banner
America Was Invented
So You Think It Was Coincidence
The Magic Spell
There Is A Graven Image
Mass-Marketed Sports
Do You Wear A Tie?
The Veil
Water Water
Their Halls Ring With Laughter
The Story of Christmas
Poem For A Past Pontiff
Exodus 20 Revisited

Burning Man sound poems

Interactive Poems:



Oh give me a hill, to climb at my leisure!
A hill let me climb, just me and my dog.

Not a mountain majestic of epic dimension
That would take many days and a Sherpa to scale,
Nor a pitiful hillock, like a fairy’s invention,
That would only challenge the young or the frail.

Give me one that has pathways of fair inclination
That cut ‘cross the face of a dome ‘gainst the sky;
Whose summit once mounted is of good elevation
With distant horizons to comfort the eye.

I will sit on that hill, gaze on cosmos and landscape,
See what future memory the vista might jog.
And then I’ll descend, reciting sad poetry,
And we’ll wend our way homewards, me and my dog.