Tag: poetry

From Far Away We are Free

London taken from Greenwich (Cutty Sark) We are never free from ourselves. Even if you travel to the ends of the Earth, there is always someone you can never leave behind. But, when you are alone and in an unfamiliar place, you might find… Continue Reading “From Far Away We are Free”

Jekyl and Hyde

Short poem: Nothing to me Is ever right or good intentioned. Always fantasies of what could have happened. Running from myself the soul is forgotten. In a dream we jump and wake before hitting bottom. But those of us that cannot escape are not… Continue Reading “Jekyl and Hyde”

63 Pill Bottles

The pain in my chest constantly Paranoia arrests my rational thinking viciously I see their lights out of the corners of my eyes Black shadows moving across the floor I can’t help but check the locks on the doors and make sure the shades… Continue Reading “63 Pill Bottles”

No Fixing You

You keep saying you’ll get back on track, but you can’t. “It’s not about willpower!” We are over that. But it is. It’s a part of it. Can’t you push through? Pick yourself up and grab the glue to put yourself back together again.… Continue Reading “No Fixing You”

You’ll Catch Your Death

The water through the rocks, sifting the silt and mud. Runs over her toes half exposed. No blood left,  flesh rotted from the bone. But, noone can escape the smell. If you are lucky, you’ll go way before you get old. The soul rotted… Continue Reading “You’ll Catch Your Death”

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