Category Archives: Poetry

A Shard of Ice

  She draws thralls to her as she rides across the snow in the winter’s frosted air The woman in black upon her black horse, with violet eyes and pale white skin A spray of crystals cast up from the … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood Watch ‘A house is a man’s castle’ and so like the castles of old we surround them with fortifications Locks bar the gates to prevent the approach of the barbarian hordes that loot and pillage Cameras act as sentinels … Continue reading

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The Lament of the Forgotten Son

                    You stand out on the crossroads looking for the prodigal Waiting for the return of the one who cashed in his heritage Who took what we worked so long to … Continue reading

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Christina’s World

She reclines among the grass of the field as the breeze gently blows across the plain The only sounds are the sounds of the buzzing bees which dance across the grass Searching for the scattered wildflowers which splash color upon … Continue reading

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The Ruins

The bone-chilling spring rain fell upon the wind worn stones of the ruin Melting away the ice and the snow which blanketed the dead tower The water which slowly seeped into the stone leaking out through the cracks Another year’s … Continue reading

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Watching the Skies

The moon was slowly consumed by the shadow of earth But life continued its unending cycle of misery and mirth For if math and science have stolen from us that which was magic And the heavens movements we no longer … Continue reading

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Belonging

Growing up I wanted to be a part of the cool kids To sit at the right tables with all the beautiful people The pretty girls and the athletic guys who others wanted to be With the witty conversationalists and … Continue reading

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