Take in the air and settle as she sleeps Snooze disturbance and block out all the streets Sight falls with force by calling of the Earth Morning sighs once and the Sun is rebirthed.
A post! At the last possible moment! At last a post! I've worked on this poem from Friday to Friday, and here it finally is. I hope you enjoy it, and that you see its meaning. Argument With Old Man Argue on a difference? To what end? That rifts open before her, My best friend? … Continue reading Argument With Old Man – Poem
Come, Shield and Charger Set yourself to steel; a shield is needed And we can have no spike against the hand, No weakness to bring harm to the bearer, Or Death will have a merry feast this war. Your troop is doubting, and are they correct? Come, Charger - leader of the family - , … Continue reading Come, Shield and Charger – Poem
Shant Furious at questions (Which mildly hint Toward a suggestion Of mental-squint) She slams with a tired tongue, Crying, for she is young. Forgiven for the same; And Mother's love Gives on beyond the pain, For hope above Drives her soul onward now - Praying the seed sown grows.
UNTITLED There was certainly something subtle About a person who - refusing speech - Sang of heroes, supermen, rebuttle. Hatred pours the way of the challenger; Never rightly fired, like magma marks out It's source. Beware your tongues wagging danger.
ALL WE ARE NOT It doesn't take many careless phone calls To break that sweet woman's heart into two. We young fools think the text reads fine - though small - "So send it!" we rush for something to do. Bats aren't blind, but impetuous youth is, With its 'look at this knowledge' and tooth … Continue reading All We Are Not
Wow, it's getting late in the day - can you get much later when the day has passed into night? I'm getting quite excited about my poetry collection. It's growing and making a shape of some sort; what it will grow to who knows but it's growing all the same! I've managed to get an … Continue reading Holding Release