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waiting. wishing. hoping.

waiting. wishing. hoping.

i wish i could spoil you. cook you simple meals as best i can. see your teary smile as i propose cry my own tears as you hold our firstborn. i wait and anticipate the day you’ll be mine. every happy couple, every loving mother, every expression of love reminds me of [Read More]

the end’s beginning

the end’s beginning

if the end is the beginning why am i strewn out across your open palms? why am i lost in your sea? you capture me, and i am lost forever. i run to and fro, only to find the time has been wasted and kept us apart. don’t ask why. don’t ever wonder again. the [Read More]

i do not

i do not

i do not take this cigarette and place it against my lips for no reason i’ve seen the sterile coffee shops restaurants and office buildings i’ve felt the suffocating cleanliness of a bright and cheery world this realm of “clarity” and activity brims [Read More]

thoughts on woman

thoughts on woman

woman… so intriguing… so inviting… every curve… every portion of skin… awe… each look… each thought… each word… breathless… too much… overpowering… frozen… one glance… one sound… one [Read More]

the artist

the artist

it is sad to think of what we as appreciators of art have become. an essential link has been lost… the artist. if this book is ever found at some later date when i have received some kind of recognition for writing, it is likely that several of the poem-like entries [Read More]

reach

reach

reach out. grasp that sensation again. the lure of inspiration. the heavy lungs. brain tingling. mind sharp. images crisp. thoughts clear. retreating from all contact with reality to express the brilliance of solitude. only in isolation do the perfect words come. how do [Read More]

the rarest flower

the rarest flower

twilight. the rarest flower stands defiantly despite the endless drought. she, of ravishing elegance beyond words of description and without comparison she drinks the sweet dew of evening she bathes the cracked and dusty land with her tears bluish hues and tones of red [Read More]

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