float
Poetry

float

the clouds came by my window this morning, in between heavy eyelid bats. I couldn’t tell if it was I who was moving, or the cluster of terpsichorean shapes. they paginated in fanciful flight; my eyes reflected their flow. drifting vagrantly,          shadows of white, a cumulous mass, united to roam. floating along, the … Continue reading

Fern
Poetry

Fern

Bewildering peak. A haunting choir Of lazy lullabies; Sing soft. A maddening drone.   The statue of forestry Is pine-scented Machinery; Juxtaposed Against an amber sky.   Small stones stumble Into tranquil lagoons; They skim and scatter. Distressing squawks, Of menacing hawks Resound to wake the dawn.   Continue reading

Castles
Poetry

Castles

Never fear a life that boasts For feet swept way above, The fairytale that wrote itself; A story filled with love. We float beyond the novelty, To gain a closer look; It’s obvious heart-warming myths, Belong inside a book. Insist, do you? For romance true, Yet here we stand and wait; For endings that live … Continue reading

Row On
Poetry

Row On

Whilst lovers sail on shallow creeks, Deep regret flows within. A whirling stream of rapid hope; But we row on, on, on… On torrential turns, they sway, Away, I swim to stranger depths; My breath is taken by the nerve, Of a life that I deserve to take Not the row that ushers Drop by … Continue reading