A Good Friday: The Uprising

Posted in Christianity, poetry with tags , on April 6, 2012 by Keith Alan Watson

Let us go, dear soul, for a stroll!

You help me sing my song.

Two loves the sound that makes a whole

when daybreak hums along.

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Who Viewed The First Lunar Eclipse?

Posted in poetry with tags , , on April 12, 2014 by Keith Alan Watson

Lunar Eclipse

It was a slow death, undergoing the madness of a mental observation far below. We, the mediators, caught in the web between darkness and darker still, stood stone-faced and grim in the midst of the end. All eyes stared in horror as the milky life-light began to drain from the orb in a top-down effect. This earthly landscape, in a hesitant manner, crept into nightshade, and dimly reflected the morphed face, the pallor. Our sacred grounds, now devoid of every humble and loyal shadow, gave way. With a tremble, the earth echoed the low murmurs and raging rumblings of frenzied natives as they watched the scene through naked eyes. The souls of the dead lying in wait on the morbid disc stared back in turn. With a wicked longing for rebirth, their spirits moved, mirroring our dismay. The gloom of impending doom deepened the chasm between observer and observed. The pin-pricked holes emboldened themselves to shine on through the veil evermore brightly, and with a higher glory than ever before!

Primitives unleashed, all anew in virgin fright, gazed at the last remaining sliver of light as it shivered and quaked, and disappeared from sight.

The ruddy corpse of Mother Moon ~ frozen in Time ~ covered in ash as dust turned to rust from the inside-out, bid a final farewell to all who dwell below. Down on one knee, we returned the solemn vow; met halfway; mingled amongst lost thoughts, and absorbed the cold brand of magic in the last sparkling note. 

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Close To The Tree

Posted in poetry with tags , , on March 29, 2014 by Keith Alan Watson

Some of us don’t have to chase some inner child.
Some of us are that child-at-heart, and with that child
we will never part, because we define harmony. 

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Retort To Ralph Waldo Emerson

Posted in Quotes with tags , , on March 9, 2014 by Keith Alan Watson


“Every man is a divinity in disguise, a god playing the fool.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson

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 “Every divinity is a man in disguise , or a god being wise.”

―  Uncle Tree  

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A Lotus Flora Lot Of Us

Posted in poetry with tags , , on February 23, 2014 by Keith Alan Watson


The icing on the cake is you!

Get too close and you may end up on your nose.


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The Beauty of A Reverent Orchid

Posted in poetry with tags , , on February 16, 2014 by Uncle Tree




Winged Delight

Potent Potion Of Divinity

Caring Creator In The Core Of All

O’ Brilliant Resplendence

Comfy Composer




Graced by God’s Vision & Nature’s Commitment

Now is a given, if only you will it.

Uncle Tree

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Keith Alan Watson

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From The Executive Branch

Posted in poetry with tags , , on February 2, 2014 by Keith Alan Watson


leaf and leaves now leave me speechless
left and right twist meaningless
centered in the symmetry
nature turns quietly
grown perfectly
you and me
so simple
so free
giant oak trees-around-the-world
The Angel Oak
From Uncle Tree

I, Singling

Posted in poetry with tags , , on January 11, 2014 by Keith Alan Watson


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