Category Archives: Poetry

Lonely Street

Lonely Street 3-24-19 Your stomach’s full but there’s still something empty. Deep down twisting inside. A lack of pain, a lack of anything. The whole world has become a shade of gray. Food and drink do little to sustain you. … Continue reading

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Wait your turn

Wait your turn 2-12-19 We all bleed, we all hurt, we all beg, we all steal In the back of a car, in a parking lot, dimly lit, we yield Wounds will come, and wounds will go If were lucky, … Continue reading

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We all are

We all are 2-11-19 We all are fragments We all are dust Made up of particles From the universe Echoes of civilizations past Lost in space and time Preserved, how? Preserved, why? Scholars say, scientists say What does your gut … Continue reading

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The Battle in my Mind

The Battle in my Mind 1-25-19 I don’t feel like I’m winning I’m too tired to even fight I’ll close my eyes a little longer Perhaps wake up when there’s light I have a box full of excuses When I … Continue reading

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For the Red, White, and Blue

For the Red, White, and Blue 11-8-18 Sometimes I don’t have the will, or the strength to fight Sometimes I fear the cold in the dead of night Sometimes I feel alone, in a full on crowd Sometimes I lose … Continue reading

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Six Scruffy Thieves

Six Scruffy Thieves 11-5-18 Six scruffy thieves sitting by the bar Trying to look natural, playing a guitar The barmaid smiles and she turns They don’t let her get too far She whispers, “It’s a mandolin, and You’re trying too … Continue reading

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Learn to let go

Learn to let go 9-23-18 Cold night for September Full moon looking down Warm thoughts I remember In the feelings I drown Reality slips on by Fantasies rule my head In a dreamlike state I sail on instead I’m here … Continue reading

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