she bound him in chains though not from anvil beaten but summer daisies Catch more delightfully engaging poetry at The Blighters Rock.
I am shocked and deeply saddened to report the death on 1st December of Reuben Woolley. In tribute I repost his interview with me a poem of his and links to reviews of his outstanding work. Through his amazing site I Am Not A Silent Poet he was a great promoter of poetry and itsContinue reading “Death Invites One Home”
If it’s true what they now say, That my memories float off into the invisible everything, Trailing behind me and the earth all mixed up connecting, All of us to each other and every moment to every other; My joy is to tap into those swirling trails and bring down my poetry. Continue to readContinue reading “Boom! Connection! —Karima Hoison”
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Attempting to maintain where imperfections shunned Marching toward time with the burden of flaws Waking to find age has not been kind Slowly decaying according to physics and natural laws Mortality; a stark reminder of life Leaving me kneeling with a heart full of hymns My soul rejecting this modern existence Yet, no matter what,Continue reading “Attempting to maintain where imperfections shunned”
Despair is a cruel mistress. She requires total submission And will only give tears in reward. She will coldly stab us in the ribs And laugh, just as coldly, as we bleed. She’ll pick holes in all our faults And infect them with our complacency. Her deviency exploits every fetish, As she whips us withContinue reading “Dec 01 —Nathan Cocker”
I don’t mind Leaving your bones behind But I’ll take away your heart For I think you’ll find Its been a while since I’ve dined On meat so a la carte To read more of this brilliant, yet A Fragile Mind, click the link.
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