Soaring
Poetry

Soaring

Your wings are spread like an eagle, soaring through the bright blue sky leaving a trail behind. Disbelief shields my eyes in all your glory. You gain altitude before stalling, your jet comes falling. You catch up with your shadow just before pulling up and out in a double barrel roll. Your metal wings shine … Continue reading

Whimsical Giants
Poetry

Whimsical Giants

Giants live within the great trees, frantically awaiting. They grow twice in size, while they exercise for that day. The sun has fallen exposing nightfall when giants take charge. They gather their weapons, as they head towards your battle. Giants live within the great trees, awaiting for nightfall to fight your nightmares away. Featured Image. Continue reading

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