Category Archives: relationship poems
Something not absent about to be spoken…
On the spotlight day, back from the child’s Eye camera eye.
Now stop does what was While you left.
Within a mile I felt the Memories following behind. Continue reading
I just want to run naked through your mind. Swim through your hair before sliding down your temple and finding a bench within your earlobe. Give me the nod and backwards I will fall into you. I will fall into you. Gooey Ozzy Messy you. Dirt first. Grit first. Torment first. In your vile mediterranean I will lay and get to know you. Continue reading
I looked deeper in
aching to abyss to understand
And I understoodtand
And I understood Continue reading
Like many of you, I burrow seasonal trenches
Up and down and through,
Weaving my way through the ideology
That tomorrow’s winter will ever be colder than today’s.
I prefer a Sunday dance around a newspaper
And a misty cup beside my father’s silence, Continue reading
There is me, and than there is you,
Two fools who happened to cross paths,
And find stability in the utter chaos around us.
I found you, in the coldest part of my heart,
While you craved the darkness you sought in me.
So I’ll use you to ease into the noise of my cluttered mind, Continue reading
Standing in the ashes of my sorry I dream of what could have been.
Looking at the grey and black I wonder about what came first and last.
How it would have been if I spoke or remained silent a little longer.
What this moment might have looked like if I did more or didn’t do.
In this now exist only the scarred and broken remains of what if?
Touching the torched wood of our togetherness, it crumbles to nothing. Continue reading
Do you have morphine?
Cause it hurts just looking at…
Those lines fall flat
From the actual words
Which one contemplates
When one is inert Continue reading
May find it’s way
among the soil.
Let it stay, let it grow…
or land they will, the flock of crows. Continue reading
Claim you know them?
All the life forms?
What if I told you,
Of another class alive?
No, Don’t fetch, my pal, Continue reading