Monthly Archives: August 2014

don’t muss with cuss

she’s a road warrior looking for some wheels always finds adventure nipping at her heels she stays one step ahead of what the dealer deals yet at every encounter with silent glee she squeals dreading the perfunctory opportunity she steals … Continue reading

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ligna arbolis

sometimes i think what if i had a magic wand carved from the finest wood a wand that could transform judgement into good but before i took aim at anyone else i would turn this wand upon myself but where … Continue reading

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morning hunter

the hunter hangs high up in the sky hunter hovers nigh ready to pounce and take its toll take of this shoal all that grows only a few days since waning crescent’s winking glints off hunter’s shoulder dropping hints alas … Continue reading

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like

like is a very big word does it mean you’ve joined the herd finally admitting to your inner nerd that you feel this sounds absurd or merely to express “i’ve heard” or the miry marsh of like and as casting … Continue reading

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grotto

from darkened wood soft feet slowly tread wandering away from now hollow glen they know not where this path has led led away away from dissolved den last season’s leaves lend these steps a bed and on they wander since … Continue reading

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the void

cast as void the deed is done cast into the void now there are none we were a word herd yarns spun and twirled where once we gathered linger only faint vapors yet still we are one amassed as many … Continue reading

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macy jano

they call her macy jano her voice brings worlds to life while all her songs bring rapture to the breeze her breath shrouds like a shadow casts darkness on all that’s bright the very name of macy jano echoes across … Continue reading

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