Gravel drags under a trash can being Pulled out to the back alley Sirens wail, weeping over a soul Human or bumper I'm not sure. Drooling, the gutters above me Pool together their spit Distorted walkways become Slip and slides Obstacles of five hundred dollar Pet litter. Whoosh pishhh Tires feel the pavement Gripping at … Continue reading Sounds of the City
A single freckle Sitting upon your shoulder Brings my heart alive Arm galaxies that Put me into a stargaze Erase gravity.
A poem to help you be calm.
Grasping the end of the pale sheet lift, flow, fold lift, flow, fold Eyelids fluttering freshly washed, warm crawl in. UP up. Pull back the sheet spreading over with purple veins sweet deprived no, sleep. Deprived. Lift, flow, fold lift, flow, shut. Sheet so straight, creases ceases. All sounds so Loud. A quarter after, laughter. … Continue reading Out of Bed
Scorched: A poem
A Poem: Did You Say Something
I am parched without you. One sip stops the burning for a brief moment before it starts again only this time worse. An open sore rests on my lip inflamed and sore, red as time fills it with salt. Numb now, you return pressing feeling back into my skin. Dewy droplets quench horrid thirst. All … Continue reading When You Return