93 Give UpI want to sayLove you foreverIt has been saidAnd meant, however,I fear that no matterHow I endeavorThe words will prove falseWill I give up?Never.
92 All that I haveI feel that I should give youThe sun and moon and starsRather inconvenient as gifts goAll that I have to offer youAre idle rhyming wordsOr words that pattern prettily in rowsMaybe I flatter myself to thinkMy poetry preferredBut I think them precious treasuresMy silly idle words.
91 DrowningThe world around usBlue and coldIs filled with lightAnd seeming fairAs we crowdAnd hold togetherYet fight each otherFor our shareI would askIf we are drowningOr is there just no air?
90 TriangleScience and mathgive us one basic truthThat love of languageoften obscures:No matter how pretty the wordsOr how high the idealsLike triangles-Not all men are equal.
89 Through the FireFire bars the way ahead.Fire eats the path behind.Surrounded by fireMy mind leaping like the flamesI sit and wait, the heat and fearAre holding me in placeI must move on. I must go back.But the flicker of the flamesHolds me entranced.I can tell myself that the fire is not realReaching out, I know what I feel.The willingness to shatterMy own illusions,Self-delusions,The belief in disbelief.The belief in nothing.Can take meThrough the fire
88 PainIt's the little painsthat tell usThat we're still aliveThey tell us what we've doneAnd how hard we striveIt's the bigger painsthat tell usOf the inequalities of lifeOf danger narrowly avertedAnd the closeness of strife.
87 FoodFood is sleep and sleepIs food What nourishes isalways for the good
86 Seeing RedAnger fogs visionwith red-tinged clouds,and narrows the worldto the here and now.Do not make choiceswhile you cannot see.Allow vision to clearand see what may be.
85 SpiralHolding on tight, to what I can reachHoping to slow my relentless descentThe world spins aroundWith altered perceptionsAnd spirals ever so slightlyOut of control