Monthly Archives: October 2014

Take heed, O gentle lady

Take heed, O gentle lady For your heart is a bag of salt Sprinkled on meal When men come around Your weakest spot the flesh that’s pierced into parts the gathering of the wolves in the dark moon-lit Their goodbye, … Continue reading

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The procession

Sacred voice that bravens the name of the sky Feet touted for the evening parade face chime towards the earth in which they were made hands pressed on breast A lowly sinner thou hast say cry of the madonna Filled … Continue reading

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Words are such a currency

Words are such a currency These days I can’t afford Minted in pauper’s gold I seek for some coins Built in royal throne The song of stranger’s abroad Gambler’s loss In a night of decency The cup tells it Aloud … Continue reading

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I fade with my words

I fade with my words heard them coming, but the rush tear the contour The bang behind the doors Louder than a wooden tree fell by the cricket’s pinch Lamp stumble at the table’s end with the venomic shake of … Continue reading

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