One Last Time
Poetry

One Last Time

Those rosey words leave your delicate lips, stinging my insides like a rattle snake victim. Your intimidating touch crumbles my life, I push through knowing I’ll never make it. Fate lectured upon arrival. I glue what’s left of my rubble life needing to be whole once more. Prancing about the day like a joker you … Continue reading

Rare love
Poetry

Rare love

What they had was rare, rarer than rain in the middle, of a drought. You could see it in their eyes when they smiled as they heard their name. He was the jack of all traits, a veteran, a jeweler, a cook, all for his Queen. She bared his children, while they lived in the … Continue reading

Galaxy Eyes
Poetry

Galaxy Eyes

​She had eyes like diabolical super novas. They were picked apart One too many times yet– Dark with ultra violets and gamma rays With neurons firing. All those colors– Colors that didnt exist wrapped me like vines. I tangled and wrapped even struggled as I let it happen, all the shiny things dangle there before me. I … Continue reading