Many divert themselves with philosophies and religions to soften the stark reality of existence, but, I think, a walk through any large cemetery will impress upon the intellect the futility of life, despite the stone longings for immortality. In the end, we are only the sum of our memories, and memory is always about something that no longer exist.

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kendall thomas Poems

Spring Blessings

Rivers wind unnoticed
through the brown hills
and budding trees,
where dark, little birds... more »

A Scene

on the front lawn
soft spring come and gone
and summer sun
reveals its burning face... more »

Apocalypse Of Memory

From the apocalypse of memory
You came to remind me
Of lines crossing battlefields
Of days when rain fell on muddy mounds... more »

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Comments about kendall thomas

Marie Bliss 16 Apr 2016 06:33
Hi Kendall! I still read your poems. i love them, i wish you would put some more on this site. I wonder about how you are doing. Kind regards, Marie