Tag Archives: My Poetry

Holistic

My time with you is limited—all I hear is the metronome of our descending clock reverberating through my mind.   I want to take a piece of you with me when I go—   Tuck your laughter under my arm like a book of poetry so I can read it whenever I please—   Then …

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Bath

There was a sparkle in God’s eye when he told the clouds to drape the sky like a lace covering;   patches of blue show through like skin through the open stitching of a white lace dress.   The rain wraps around the city like a cold embrace that envelops everything within,   until the …

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Birds of a Feather

For the first time in her life, she felt like a sea shell—something to be picked up, looked at,   maybe admired by some, but soon thrown back into the sand without a second thought.   She didn’t want that—she didn’t want to be a silver charm that hangs on a bracelet and bangs   …

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Park Bench

This morning marks the anniversary, the anniversary of two people dying. The open air of the park allows his thoughts to run wild as he sits alone on a bench. Today is an anniversary of days, months, years, decades—he doesn’t know. But this morning is the anniversary of the ending of a great love story—the …

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Impounded

The adorable look in her eyes said I        love        you        this        much but the words from her mouth spat poison like a fountain of disdain. Her harsh utterances clamped his heart like the tires of a towed car—sedentary until she decides to release him. Her cuddly body is hidden beneath a coat of anger—he can’t …

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