Tagged: attraction

freedom poem 0

The Red Ribbon

Poem   Night music Drifting with a stranger Feeling a slight sense of beautiful danger Trust feels so exciting The world is expanding Smiling at the unknown Dancing, feeling connected Swept away The world...

poems about revealing yourself 0

Undress

Poem   Oh boy… We have come to this Weather a rose down to its thorns You see something hidden in the lush Notes of the petal’s scent Sharp pain a secondhand prize Awarded...

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Another Day

Poem   Today, I am resurrected again. The periodicity of a new day has awakened me from my slumber reign. Tracing the footsteps of the Lazarus, I stand on this shrine; Of another chance....

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 the beach 0

Labor(less) Day

Poem   A carefully planned trip heads south When the supermarket I go to before Hitting the beach is now a Gutted, renovated shell My trusted landmark killed by progress We started late, uncertain...

story about love 2

She Once Showed Me a Love Story

Love Poem   She brazenly sauntered in and did it for no other reason than to illustrate that she existed and that I was enough … as I was Ever since then, My tongue...

poem about coexistence 0

Walk (for S.)

Poem   It’s like the face of water, the quivering glisten of dusk intimating little yet all, at once. It’s the nape of the breeze, arcane notes of salt and aquatica as churns the...

Undead Poetry 0

The Queen of Hearts

Poem   The Queen looks down, her tower piercing clouds, She beckons them to leave the woodland’s shrouds. She rests her palms on panes of moonlight glass. Come out, young dead, bare feet upon...