Monthly Archives: February 2013
In the time-lapse flip-book Venn diagram of our lives the point where our centers meet is but one sheet drawn on slices of time as temporary as sticky notes look through the microscope of time see how our circles, our … Continue reading
How warm, your fair skin Does your heart still feel the heart drawn there by my lips?
Daily your palette knife chips away another strip of color. Perhaps you’d like to spin the canvas into a skein of yarn and use the stretcher for kindling?
baby birds piping echoes within the courtyard where broken hearts nest
A blue skin stretches over my eyes Loose or tight? No wrinkles A blade appears White, wispy, but enough Slicing The wound forms With no opening Expanding Blood collects White but grey with thickness Pooling Drops the color of everything … Continue reading
A simple one-word poem containing everything you need to want to make everyone’s lives as good or better than your own. Compassion
A simple one-word poem containing everything you need to live life with the understanding that you are not the only person in the world who has problems Empathy
No, cinnamon roll. Okay fine. I will eat you. Damned evil goodness.
I push You pull I run You chase I relent You open I want You give I take You want I give You embrace I embrace you regret I pull You push I chase You run I stop You return … Continue reading