October 31, 2020

Poke the Bear

Filed under: Day Gun — Tags: , — Michael Dagen @ 8:28 am
I must really need
to poke
the bear

truth test hairy chest
whatcha made of in there

bear equals dragon
our subconscious secrets hidden

the shading in our painting
gives depth
beauty
meaning

without shadow we spin in circles
two reigns steer our chariot for-ward
suppress darkness
to manifest horror

life
slippery tight rope
no joke

such a gift

cut safety lines
full force fired
directly Divine

careful dears
danger
charred angels
sing saintly

may I suggest
live life more

painterly.


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October 30, 2020

Filed under: Music — Ralph E. Cook @ 6:47 pm

Filed under: Music — Ralph E. Cook @ 9:29 am

October 28, 2020

Filed under: Music — Ralph E. Cook @ 6:06 pm

October 26, 2020

Filed under: Music — Ralph E. Cook @ 8:28 am

October 25, 2020

Playing god

Filed under: Day Gun — Tags: , — Michael Dagen @ 9:29 pm
Piece by Joe Webb
Playing god
never
plays nice

quite right

quickest way
to commit oneself
to awful
drawn out
fright

another way
to say
man-I-pew-
lay-shun

unfulfilled needs cause one 2 force will hungry dragon

when to play
passive
or active card

peeling back
darkness
healing family
scares

All
my lessons
taught me
right

best to hold
trust
in God
while loving

such is life.


Day Gun








October 24, 2020

Filed under: Music — Ralph E. Cook @ 4:30 am

October 23, 2020

Filed under: Music — Ralph E. Cook @ 5:11 pm

October 22, 2020

Filed under: Music — Ralph E. Cook @ 6:28 am

October 16, 2020

Filed under: Music — Ralph E. Cook @ 12:22 pm

October 14, 2020

Trickster

Filed under: Day Gun — Tags: , — Michael Dagen @ 8:28 pm
You are so fucked
if you ever
fall
for a fox.

The tricky thing
about a trickster
is
they are tricky.

And another tricky thing;
if you ask one fox
about the symbolism
of seeing a fox
at your wedding
to a fox
they will say;
"this is good luck."

Well shucks
if one fox is tricky
two
doubles
your bad luck.

In truth
our own tricking
only
comes back to us.


Day Gun





October 13, 2020

Heart Fuel

Filed under: Day Gun — Tags: , — Michael Dagen @ 2:22 pm
Not that long ago... 
I would use pro-pain
as heart fuel
but the repeated agony
was just
too painful.

Then I switched
to natural gas
but
you guessed it
my love smelled like ass.

Tried D-sell
for awhile
felt like a broke prostitute
mile after
lonely mile.

Then I fell
into jet fuel
burned a few sky scrapers down
too damn hot
4 this truth loving clown.

Went to good old
gas-o-lean
couldn't quite keep this diet straight
skinny love is
way to mean.

Finally
I think I've got it right
care-O-seen
keeps my loving heart
burning
all day
and all night.


Day Gun


October 12, 2020

10.17.2020

Filed under: Barter Fest,Curious Guild - New Moon Gatherings — Ralph E. Cook @ 2:24 pm

Third times the charm… October 17th, 2020; a curious guild of unruly souls will gather to build connection with the earth and each other in Hewitt, MN.

Fire pit creation – bring a favorite stone to add to the new fire ring!

Potluck – please let me know what you plan to bring, so we can coordinate a well balanced menu.

Camp-out – plenty of room to pitch a tent or possibly bed and floor space for out of town travelers.

Drumming & Music – bring a drum or instrument and let me know if you would like to perform in some way.

Message me for address and more details… please invite your friends if you have any left. 

❤

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October 11, 2020

Orphan Trained

Filed under: Day Gun — Tags: , — Michael Dagen @ 7:47 am
Orphan trained great grandson
can only relate
to Joanna Newsom

just another broken string
on the Heavenly Harp

W.B. Yeats
just
can't
stop
bloody
masturbating
to Madam Blavatsky's
channeled channel

some souls sew
sultry fate
in search of wholeness

while fractured folk
limp along
in blind avoidance

time stands still
when suffering

such a gift
to lose one's bearings
a pause
a pinch
a punch
time
to double down
with self caring

what transit
leads most
to madness

All...
hints with a wink;
"mappers
never lose sight of laughter!"


Day Gun

Filed under: Music — Ralph E. Cook @ 5:41 am

October 10, 2020

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October 7, 2020

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