Meretricious Verses (3)

upon the valley sits the snow, within the houses lives the dread of all the magic that resides within the winter of the dead who walk in hallways of our souls believing in the strength of fate: the too much grief that’s too much love, or not enough love, way too late

In a search

In a search for your regard, I lost my identity: A cost that I paid to get Your free indifference

The Written World

She dreams within a written world Of all she could take in and be; A vision calm, cerulean Along a shore in Tuscany The written world, in which she finds Adventure, romance, and an end To all of her anxieties And scars that never really seem To mend

For What They Are

Today, he sees the water calm, the sunlight pure, the skyway blue; Today, she feels the breath of God, the song of hope, the answer true Today, they know what ere they felt, of fallen man and journeys far -- The deep, deep sadness now that wells when we see things for what they are

one more one more

one more one more bathing beauty one less blasted call to duty one time two times meretricious salted caramel delicious one way street no room for turning hit the beach they're soon adjourning once we were to truth attending one more one more day pretending

arbored thoughts

to be more, see more; to see beyond, reach beyond — as even the trees know, growing is always about all the directions

{ the land }

i live in fear, and this is truthful word: i have seen things unspoken of, unheard -- for will, imposed on will, has been revealed; the land is bruised, its soul reclines, unhealed i live in doubt, and i am full of pain: i have believed through energy, and drain -- for hearts, inside of … Continue reading "{ the land }"

An Open Heart

She spreads her arms to hug the world; It glances, then it passes by. Her open heart has many wounds From slights and cruelty's goodbye And meanness to a loving soul. But she won't choose a different fate: For love is all she really knows And she will not cave in To hate