Tag Archives: poetry
Deep down inside, in the dark – that is where it may fester, rot, decay. Expose it instead. Let the light shine through. Water it with tears. Sh-t is the best fertilizer for your new sprout to break forth and … Continue reading
Mis-identity. Useless to hide inside. [i tried.] So… metaphorical suicide. Cut my hair. Cut my throat. Hang tight to that life boat. Choke the seductress. Burn down ALL of this. Not for you… just for me. […really?] Redefining what means … Continue reading
It’s the autumn of “love”. My hands unfold. The surprise inside – it wraps and holds, Bending the curve and style of your smile. You gave me a meter… and I stole a mile.
In soap I use to wash my face Is where they etched their fading trace. My tainted hands, now clean and free- I rubbed away their hold on me. The dirt, it clings onto the soap, And that is how … Continue reading
Dew drops beading on the stem. Lemmings diving off the end. Separating at the seams- Like milk of youth, stripped of cream. Fly entangled in my web- Writhe and struggle. Soon you’re dead. I really only liked your taste. But … Continue reading
I’ve found, from pain and ponders, long, Words, seldom weak, are often strong. They may, in certain situations, Win her love, or crumble nations. Sharpened arrows, scented flowers- Two among their varied powers. Mind your tongue’s end destination, Cold or … Continue reading
She could feel the scarlet tinge consuming her pallid face and taste the bitter residue of disdain. Like a waif lost in winter’s icy palm, she shivered. Her scattered curls of raven’s breast shook first with frustration, then twice as … Continue reading
If you seek to take a peek A pinhole you will find. Within you’ll sneak the peek you seek To see inside my mind.