Hello Friends! Believe you me, I’ve missed you as much as you’ve missed me. Anyways, I’ve been stewing on this poem for several weeks and I’m super stoked to have recited a finished version tonight at an Open Mic event. I’m excited to share it with you all and I hope you enjoy it. It’s… Read More Let The Words Die
She had sinned She thought she had the perfect excuse But nonetheless sin it was She wanted to describe her sin as scarlet But maroon was the better description For her sin was a red tethering on the edge of blackness And utter darkness Like the soot from charcoal Forgiveness was not to come for… Read More An End to Penitence
Again alone Clearly, to loneliness she is prone Feels surreal But it is so very real Somewhere close to Fargo Three score weeks ago She really thought she had beat it Knocked it out with one final hit Alas, she was wrong And the universe must have been playing along For how can one be… Read More Learning Again
I thought for her Thought her plate was cluttered enough That my troubles would only worsen her burden So I decided not to share And in going through with that I became overcome with isolation But I had thought for her And chosen for her So I had to pretend that all was well And… Read More I Thought For…
My lips are moving I am speaking words I know you can hear me But you can’t hear it You are waiting Waiting earnestly for words That are indicative of my pain You are waiting for my screams And for my wailing and my weeping But you don’t hear it And you wonder why I’ll… Read More What’s in the Silence?