to coney-catch an ambodexter needs a swipe both sides of that nikum's face gotta appeal twice right? rouker talk outta do it make him think he's a percher of some sort ruff it up and step back before he knows it all turns swerk and we teen him proper now he'll … Continue reading sting
Here we dance upon our leaf tossed floor Northern beech full of soul no chalk required here twisting our bodies to the rhythms of the Earth on green moss covered creepers flailing curly dreadlocks in our wake ancient gnarly faces lit with full wide grins we are up and at it in the early hours … Continue reading keep the faith
no morning sun rose in me this day no birdsong lifted my spirits they were present as always but hope was not not for the wanting though i want to hope i hope to hope again i want to see a way i want to break from this grip of dark but it … Continue reading hope falls
what to do when faced with challenge? run away? stand your ground? or refuse the fight or flight response by freezing? ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ submission for Marian's Fussy Little Form prompt over in the Imaginary Garden.
Thirteen moons were murdered swept away on the tides four were cut to ribbons carved up cheese four were hung dripping from the stars four were burned alive staked on that profane land and one was drowned deepest blue liquid grave with no moons left to cycle we descended … Continue reading moon-a-side
nobody's eyes fell here on this text, so nobody knew deep inside that this poem was all about nobody, till somebody probably did somebody knew about everything, till nobody knew that he died so was it somebody or nobody, that lay under coffin's dark lid the question it seems that is out there, is who … Continue reading bodies
hope dreams balloon-bubbles dancing breeze-free giggling still-grinning shimmers fear flickers open shadows curling whispered scars jarring dawn's risen ghosts cue journey's lull breathe echoes sound storm's spark spring skipped (clouded) leaving bliss-melted spills pepper-twisting drizzled soul drowning in the green searching for their lost spice