Tag: poetry

Breakdown

A wild something screams out of the flesh, released for all to seeThe fear, horror, hopelessness With only one desire – not to exist The uncontrollable despair comparable only to deep dark sorrowOnce you experience sorrow, someone said, the depth is done, for it is… Continue Reading “Breakdown”

Because she wants to

Like a bare tree she stands in her naked beauty Mixed in with the elements raw Slapped by the wind and washed by the rain With sunshine warming her bones She is rooted despite She is rooted regardless She lives, loves and breathes for… Continue Reading “Because she wants to”

Writing reawakened

Writing gives me this rich, luxurious, extremely pleasant feeling that buzzes through my arms and into my fingers (just like magic does when I am in that dimensional self) and then the feeling settles right in my heart and in my throat and everywhere… Continue Reading “Writing reawakened”

Who would I be?

What would it feel like if I had you? Who would I be amidst your wild beauty? A beast brave and strong A delicate flower smelling like heaven Or myself, just as I was born into the skin of this earth How would we… Continue Reading “Who would I be?”

In a storm

The storm rages like I rage Eternal conflict between love and freedom The land encapsulates both And whenever I see destruction of nature both freedom and love die within me and I rage like the wildest sea that despite all life’s chains can not… Continue Reading “In a storm”