Category Archives: Xillus Xavier

Poem – My Sweetheart The Artist

Painter of pain, she covers  my kiss-prepped canvas,  expressing love  in sensual hues of blue and black,  intimate greens,  wrathful reds, and purples  left by lust-driven lips.  She’s my ‘Monet of Misery’,  prodigy of pleasurable agony. Performance artist behind closed … Continue reading

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Poem – Jagermeister Memories

Some empty Jägermeister bottles sit  atop my fridge, their labels autographed  and dated cursively in purple pen.  She always signed her liquor bottles when  she finished them, a habit I admit  was slightly strange at first; I even laughed  a … Continue reading

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Poem – Imprisoning Images

I am trying so hard to escape. Her image is my warden, my guard, my cell, and these cold bars within, that imprison my heart. Sentenced to life, I shall serve my time alone amidst an unfathomable future without her. … Continue reading

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Poem – Halloween Clerihews

The Wicked Witch of the West is feeling very depressed. The hag soon disappears as she melts in all her tears. Alcoholic Frankenstein’s drunk again on Merlot wine. No, his walk is not the clue,  he staggers when he’s sober … Continue reading

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Poem – Grandma’s Petunias

In Spring I watched my grandma toil:  with eighty-seven year old hands  she pertly cupped and clawed away  the dirt, creating auburn bowls  in which she placed petunia seeds.  But summer weeds and pesky moles  have claimed that emptied patch … Continue reading

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Poem – Dancing After Yes

Alone and lost amongst the trees,  the young one stood and wept. He yearned for home upon his knees,  in fright as daylight slept. He knelt in wait, but night remained,  as roaring clouds rolled in. The skies became a … Continue reading

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Poem – Became 

Alone and lost amongst the trees,  the young one stood and wept. He yearned for home upon his knees,  in fright as daylight slept. He knelt in wait, but night remained,  as roaring clouds rolled in. The skies became a … Continue reading

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