(a poem) For a season? he’d said. Meeting her gaze, holding it this time. For a season. I won’t trap you in forever. For a season, his words twinkled like chocolate stars, his face was the first she saw in the morning, his words the last she heard at night. For a season, she struggled beneath him.Open your eyes, he’d… Continue reading For a Season
(a poem) You sit there, regal, graceful, fluid as time itself, You sparkle, Your every word a proclamation of love and light, every movement a songbird’s note, floating thru the open window on a spring breeze, Cherry blossoms land in my lap. The audacity! How dare I sit here, while you sparkle so?
(a poem) The day breaks, I should get up. Simmering expectations float and bob in the sea of consciousness that is me. I am the sea. The tide rolls in, The tide rolls out, Leaving precious and unimaginable treasures upon my sandy beaches. Here a memory, There a forgotten face, What’s this? An idea of… Continue reading Ache