Tagged: regret

reflective poem 1

What Used to Be

Poem   I used to write. So many words about love, lust, hurt, desire, life. Some still exist in places on the internet I don’t go to anymore, some I threw away because I...

haunting poem 0

The Ghosts Do Not Whisper

Haunting Poem   I know not why The ghosts do not whisper As the sequoias softly sigh But calmly I listen Why are the only voices That of the cabin’s moan And the memories...

poem about temptation 0

Lead Me to Temptations

Poem   Lead me to temptations As the drops of icicles melt into the earth Allow divergence to tithe its unsorted dues To preach its oaths of mans sports As once-constants fall away, left...

poem about regret 0

Broken

Poem   Broken, in so many parts, she lies on the ground. A man is standing next to her, watching. He took one piece in his hand, it was a tear, he took a...

lovely love poem 0

After the Show

Love Poem   I like your outfit The way you do your hair just so and your tie just right And it feels like a million bucks to have you there because with you,...

Short Family Story 0

Catch With My Dad

Short Family Story   My dad and I used to play catch a lot. We’d go out to the backyard and just toss the ball for a little bit. I loved watching baseball, so...

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Water Year

The chicken fevered between witchery in his forearm and the dead counter when its neck was snapped cold. He ran a slit at the throat and held the thing up gushing clean into the...

Head to Wall 0

Like Never Before

You hurt deep down and regret, immensely, while the invisible wall in your room plays tricks with your mind. You sing a song out loud: “One two three, one two three, There is a...