Daily Archives: September 20, 2016

Poem – Grand Equation 

In a Grand Formula depicting our world all variables, equate to zero, to nothing,  for all our actions conjure in a vacuum,  as the Sun burns out, so do we shower in it. Nothing is ever gained, nothing is ever … Continue reading

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Poem – Feeling 

How does one write what one feels,  how do you pour your heart around that  steal ball in your ballpoint pen.  Words have definitions, you can look them up and  you’ll find their meaning,  but how does one use such … Continue reading

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Poem – Dearest Divinity

Vacant homes in a grey landscape set against a purple sky with a tired sun as rivers of red rages on with sick and sin  this fills my portrait which I now share Cause this world does not equate as … Continue reading

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Poem – Candy 

Candy,  it wasn’t that he tried to ruin your life,  he was merely trying to make his better.  He came into your life with a bang and you liked it,  everything beyond him was insignificant.  The moments he gave you … Continue reading

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Poem – Black

Black vacuum in my sorrow,  suck me in as if air,  to fight, is futile,  ever large, ever present.   Black clown in my paranoia,  toys with me as if mad,  fill my senses with electricity,  to catch him, impossible. … Continue reading

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