Long ago the gift of butchery was granted, and people gleefully took up the standard. Experience led to greater slaughter, spreading hence, twisted corpses, demons dance. The weak, pitiful sheep lie terrorized from the fury of the onslaught. Slayed are their dreams of a life where love rules. In our sin lies our power, the … Continue reading We Can’t Stop
Painting by Sir Edward Poynter So youthful, so lithe how can you not catch my eye. To be with you isn't asking much. Your humor is silly, meshes with my own. Your mind is wily, together we are one. Come away my love, stay with me, I insist. I will be your dove that you … Continue reading Sweetness
An excerpt from my book POEMS: AN EXPLORATION OF LIFE. If you enjoy these quotes please click the link and look at my book. Available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle.
You sit there consumed in your own lonely thoughts, nothing but your life matters, day to day, hour by hour. The events of your life flow out of your mouth. Don't anybody interject or, attempt to deflect the amount of verbage flowing forth lest a tantrum ensue. Oh! Woe it is to be you! Woe … Continue reading Drama
Winter's heavy grip holds the land And dreary the sun in the sky looms. Exceedingly harsh, winter's demand Landscape dotted with withered tombs. Life appears to have left the world No sound breaks the silence. The wind about the trees whirled and went who knows whence. Of a sudden appears a flash Of red, twice … Continue reading Winter’s heavy grip holds the land