Author: Lord Bison

spring love poem 0

The Meet

Spoken Word   Both Spring and I put our heels on The starting mark And sunrise was the gunshot Before we’d gone half the track Out of breath called and called And called between...

spoken word poetry 0

Parcel – or Stand Aside

Spoken Word   Don’t relax But also don’t remember That any time we can Break into a dance requiring us To base all and any fantasies On that liquid part of us That part...

spoken word 0

Upended

Spoken Word   A whisper Pressing down on the already Unfair tension Between the lips saying one Thing and the other part The unsealed spark of Dashed plans On this floor curving in An...

inspire poem 0

Writer’s (Burlesque) Block

Poem   You know – the finality that slams doors, vibrates the sound to Stimulate inner ears Where the imagination retires to Change its skin and emerge to Entice, Engross, Seduce Where these canals...

poem about legacy 0

Finally, a Will

Poem   So childlike I can’t be like love, like that Strength, yes The heirlooms passed down from fathers To sons like sparks given to an anvil From hammers Greatness laughs As a child,...

poem about modern love 0

Lionize with Care

Poem   Never place one foot forward and the other Backward In the dim of the screen’s glare I Dared to dream the quiet texts Wishful boredom Polite, forced attention was for My fifteen...

poem about desire 0

Small Vein

Poem   Love and then all else Or the ashes, the ashes that Go with taking things to heart One way Handsome looks skew the point Or maybe help it all go someplace I...