Daily Archives: May 17, 2016

Depression- John Tansey 

Once we lay, limblocked in love,  woke to reckless sex  and sweet dreams, brash young  hearts that joked age would lose this  race we double-dared it to. Now you slink from bed. All future gone from your eyes,  as you flash … Continue reading

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Delusions of Evening – John Tansey

Evening comes. My self-delusion stirs the synapses with a steaming cup of coffee. A dimly lit oil lamp shrouded with Saffron scarf casts the room in an amber hue with subtle shapes in the shadows while words as gold ingots … Continue reading

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Comes A Doubter – John Tansey 

Nonbeliever If one you should know Is felled by a deep grief Into a black hole of depression,  And you, armed with clichés,  Come to console, relieve,  Before you open your mouth,  Know this:  That, in the absence of the … Continue reading

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