Close Your Eyes, a poem, a moment, a note

Close Your Eyes If I thought my death might be a trigger To end some peace that you hold dear, Or that the world would stop spinning If I left you alone here, I might stay with you and forget The hollow feeling inside, But the waters unrelenting. The truth won’t be denied. I remember that day clearly, Every second ticking by, The realization in … Continue reading Close Your Eyes, a poem, a moment, a note

Letter of Webs, their unread poem

Letter of Webs There is a pain In Jules’ straw-strewn head, Like spiders spinning Neurons into webs. . They sat and weaved Words from dreams and fears. Saline bleeding Arterial tears. . They filled the letter With what was held back before. Used wit, poise and humor, To darkest secrets adorn. . Sins threaded like silk through Tiny needles pull knots. Thoughts spinning, screaming, Are … Continue reading Letter of Webs, their unread poem

A Custom Cage, a poem of falling

A Custom Cage Blood and rouge, Greed and dread. I saw your face, Heard what you said. Sleep calls, singing, ringing. Let me find you in the dark. ~~~ I broke it down, Elements of life, Carbon unfastened, Building blocks of strife. Pace of ocean waves, unyielding. Cuckoo chasing silent lark. ~~~ My electrons Are mixed with yours, On the moon And foreign shores. Blind … Continue reading A Custom Cage, a poem of falling