Category: Poetry

It’s time to find time

The morning light is so dark The heart racing The eyes tired but can’t be shut The throat is tight The lips protruding Breathe in, Breathe out Count some more sheep Yet the ghosts linger and float about Not much to be done Supposedly there’s fun to be […]

Tender is my brain

Flawed like a diamond Lucky thirteen is my faith Devoid of all thought Tender is my brain Let me share a few haikus Simmer, boil, and torch Fried tendons so ache But the soul, even more so Where’s the aloe vera Tick, tick, Tick and go No one […]

I’m a champion

I’ll win, but at what cost I’ll bring it home, to what applause I’ll reign supreme, yet the mudslide is thick I’ll cross the finish line, with aches and broken bones Talk to me without the advesarial stance We can dance to careless whispers Hopscothing in the moonlight […]

She wanted odd whimsy in her life

She was looking out at the window as the train quickly made its way through the countryside. She wanted to daydream living in each of these houses and structures. These buildings represented possibilities of hideouts. She desperately wanted to hide somewhere where she could make herself a ball […]