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War.
Poetry

War.

Boots hit the ground running towards doom, without a second thought, they fight another person’s war. Men screaming for their life brother gave the ultimate sacrifice, for their loved ones to sleep peacefully. A mother weeps, the wife holds a flag in place, of her fallen husband. The survivors didn’t leave untouched, for their wounds … Continue reading

Garbage
Poetry

Garbage

Beeline branches clutch the stem left mute. Ringlets dress Auburn leaves, the asphalt burns my sweaty roots. Heavy rusted winds dilute, untrimmed trails push aside to deceive, beeline branches clutch, the stem left mute. Birds nestle, bunnies substitute tender holes flutter as I disbelieve, the asphalt burns my sweaty roots. Ringlets leak quondam bruit rugged … Continue reading

Book Box
Poetry

Book Box

There she stayed inside cooped up in the bay window. A book was stuck between her eyes, on a warm spring day. Each character came to life, taking a part of her with them. She left a note inside for the next reader, before leaving it in a makeshift book box, in hope to share … Continue reading

Starring
Life Poems / Poetry

Starring

I found myself sitting outside, starring in like a stranger. Hesitating to open that door, only to discover the life I live. A house made of paper, words glued to the walls, easily crumbles. Familiar smells and warmth wraps around my disconnected heart, showing me that I am home. Featured Image. Continue reading

Odist
Poetry

Odist

Beneath the surface of words, the waves escape as the poets mourn in the dream of time. Tears of the young ones whisper in their stillness, as the ocean weeps along with them. Beyond this moment the waves turn, to the soul infecting time within. Longing for the cold mountain of words from the dying … Continue reading