Category Archives: Poetry

Dandelion Girl

Dandelion Girl I found myself somewhere deep in the forest Just past dusk and misty The clouds were wisps through the trees I poured my coffee from the thermos And sat down by the stream My backpack carried an old … Continue reading

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Simply Wonderful

Blindly following your heart is a wonderful way to be Living inside a storybook is a wonderful way to be Alone by a mountain stream is a wonderful way to be Sipping black coffee by the fire is a wonderful … Continue reading

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The Savior

Crimson dreams Broken verse and open wounds Clouded vision Bony fingers on the keys Dismal nights Forgotten notions Indifferent embrace Hopeless serenade Dry your eyes fragile girl I’ve come to save you!

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Rain

Rain is really quite alluring Charming our minds with endless possibilities It mingles so well with the things I love Coffee and cigarettes… and rain. Soft kitten fur and purrs… and rain. Opera and espresso… and rain. Mumford and Sons … Continue reading

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Recovering

Perhaps there’s a reason for this beautiful tragedy A higher reason Not the kind of reason that is spoken It’s hidden Deep in the decay of broken promises It’s dark and moldy there And no one really wants to go … Continue reading

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Illusions

The space between us is an illusion It’s not really there… Not really Your being is so familiar to me It’s like a second skin I sit in one corner And you in the other But your hand is on … Continue reading

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Quiet

Midnight and rain Cigarette almost burnt out in the ashtray Cat purring Mazzy playing Drinking black coffee Reading Joan Didion Did you ever see Panic in Needle Park? Shit, what a tragedy…

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