Category Archives: poetry
If I stumble in an empty forrest Will the trees hear me fall? Or am I just a wrinkle In a deserted pond?
To sleep: perchance to dream: ay, there’s the rub:That which we call sleep by any other word would feel as sweet? When we dream the dream where dreamers lie to themselfsAnd stars move in the sky; while they never left … Continue reading
Ghosts of loves yet to be They burn like fire and ice In this dark ballroom The stars will kiss you twice So many times dancing In the desperate of night Haunting this ballroom Like a runaway bride Searching for … Continue reading
I passed a redhead And had to gaze At the sweater that held Her hips in a tight embrace I stood at the corner Feeling a little hot Hoping she would pass me But she did not I saw a redhead A … Continue reading
Pass the skull and I Will pas you by Dressed in branches She escapes from my eye She’s smashing the cobwebs Cause she feels with her nose Think I see her running Oh yeah there she goes This lonely prison … Continue reading
I saw this challenge from Sarainlalaland, and loved the idea. So here is my take on it.. https://sarainlalaland.com/2018/05/25/i-challenge-you-again/ “There was never such a thing as a key”, she said. Her hands were drawing meaningless figures in the sky. … Continue reading
There are no more mermaids In the Green River They cannot live Between the souls of the lost So let’s tell a story of hope and love. Mostly love. She swims the silence She is the raging sea No more … Continue reading
I think I am so gracious But the world does not agree Although it’s gettng better Today no plaster on my knee You could sail the sea of coffee, That I spilt on my clean shirts My legs are blue … Continue reading
I sailed with the Devil On many ports of call Every maiden was helpless And he deflowered them all He left me in China Dead drunk in the street He stole all my money And the shoes of my feet … Continue reading
There are no more mermaids In the Green River They cannot live Between the souls of the lost… So let’s tell a story of hope and love. Mostly love.