Lee D.

Lee D.


She acts like

a boy, spells her name

like a boy, runs like

a boy, but

is all woman when

it comes to honest

caring about her

friends, hip gyrations on the

dance floor, and that deep

laugh that men here do

not know how

to accomplish.  She

was part of the “group of six” on

the hunt for western

men, relaxed in her

new job answering

the phone for an organic

food cooperative

while not exactly

looking to

get married, deal with the sad

contempt bred

by knowing too much

truth about him, so

“him” changes,

sadness sets in, out-muscled

by gym time,

diligence on the

job, quiet yearning.

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4 thoughts on “Lee D.

  1. he writes songs spun from thin air .. of people he knew or
    knows, looked inside of
    known for their hates and fears
    the mysterious love that lives outside of their love …
    and maybe his too …
    (i think this could be true … )
    students of life … stories of people in love with the abstract
    underlying facts of life …
    all that is below the surface mystery and/or
    love/hate/lies/mystery …

    able to get that across makes wonderful
    light sounds, not so easy to understand the
    wheres and whyfores
    but endlessly interesting and beautiful in their
    airy/truth rhythm/mystery … the river within … its fine with me … the
    longer you stay the more you ‘get it’ … so why not stay ??
    i want more … it’s so hard to
    find … ks

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