The moment you place me in the coffin,My lungs give up, my lungs give out. As the saddest of lullabies find their way to my heart,My last tear spills, my last tear dries. The moment you shut the door on my face,The dark torments, the dark consumes me. And lastly, as you put the final… Continue reading INK OF IMMORTALITY
In and out,I breathe calmly.Hugging the sheets, I dream.Rainbows and horses,Springs and woods.Of life crawling in troops. In and out,I breathe rapidly.The little girl swayingOn the clanky swing outsideCalls me. Shouts my name.Loud, deafening shrieks. Left and right,I weigh the darkness.Frozen in bed, numbness surges.The old skulls strike my window.BAM! The glass cracks.More skulls and… Continue reading SHADOWS
Dear Aunt Becca, I hope you remember the first time you held me in your arms. I was too young to be able to record that memory but I hope you did. I hope you remember the first time you rocked my cot for it would've been, I'm sure, quite a significant moment of our… Continue reading I hope it reaches you..
A mere silhouette striding up and downFrom kitchen to the bathroom floor.With the head hurling thunderstormsAnd the feet yearning for the tender shore.The mere presence of self and tingling pain,Eyes dreaming of void at wide awake nights.With fall in heart and mizzling eyes,In the glowering abyss, the silhouette dives.With Spring come the gusty winds,Bright ablaze… Continue reading SOUL SILHOUETTE
In the arms of dark tranquility,In the lap of welcoming dismay,In the heart of latent allure,Would I find my peace. In the days of shining frost,At the nights of spilt solitude,At the dawn of sleepy solace,Would I find my peace. In the confines of eternal melodies,In the shackles of broiling bottom,In the manacles of deafening… Continue reading PEACE