Author Archives: Ray Sharp

About Ray Sharp

Father, poet, triathlete, local public health planner

Looking for the Bard

I’m at my new blog, New New Liminga Blues (click to open new window.) Please follow me there!

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Find Me!

Henceforth, my new and favorite poems will be at the new blog titled New New Liminga Blues. Please follow me to (and at) New New Liminga Blues by clicking the live link.

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R.I.P. Bard of Liminga, Welcome New New Liminga Blues

This blog has said all it has to say. 2008-2016, Rest In Peace. Please visit, like, follow, bookmark, favorite, my new blog, Thank you for 8 wonderful years. Into the future we go. Did I mention please visit my new … Continue reading

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He dreamed of three blackbirds perched on a catenary wire like the ages of man, clear- eyed, beaks slightly parted in silent, knowing laughter.   Some memories are dark stains that never fade, that sharpen like shadows in white light, … Continue reading

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Desultory Blackbirds

You know how every so often someone will tell you how ravens are among the smartest animals? As if you couldn’t tell by the way they track your progress along the snowy road. No one ever had to warn ravens … Continue reading

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May you sleep Bone-weary and Awaken fresh enough To endure The reality of your life And with the ability To remember your dreams.

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I am wound tight. With every tick of my heart two hands move clockwise around the circle of my day, and the hands are called Stay and Go. There are things I don’t know: The type of caterpillars in the … Continue reading

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