Relic : Writing

Two separate trains

Two separate trains

A Poem by Relic


On two separate still trainstheir eyes metOn two separate parting trainstheir eyes embracedOn two separate moving trainsthey imagined a strangerin the..
Woman in the waves

Woman in the waves

A Poem by Relic


the waves wore perfumeits long locks wavingin the watery wind.
Abandoned Writers Cafe

Abandoned Writers Cafe

A Poem by Relic


Empty rooms in empty halls.
Silent words, in some empty place.

Silent words, in some empty place.

A Poem by Relic


The poem waitedfor attention, or praise,but its misunderstood metaphorsmuddled the page,with deficient similes,benign and befuddled.The theme was too ..
The obstinate calico queen

The obstinate calico queen

A Poem by Relic


Inveterately, she rules over rose bush hideouts,rock parapets, and fortified fencesas her silky mixed form stalks the garden at nightwith luminescent ..
Paper fish

Paper fish

A Poem by Relic


A variation on another poem I wrote.
I will plant daffodils if you want.

I will plant daffodils if you want.

A Poem by Relic


I will plant these daffodils at your grave.And when they've grownand blossomed with life;when sunlight from a penny-colored sunfeeds them -I'll see th..
The gypsy-like leaves

The gypsy-like leaves

A Poem by Relic


They flee and fly like jostling birds - or gray moths 'round a light. They pirouette in lazy rings - while frolicking in flight.Leaves - like gypsies ..
Night swimming

Night swimming

A Poem by Relic


Above me,hundreds of square glowing eyes, like owls,peer down on my ant-like figure.Measure after measurethe drum roll clamor ofa white-lined asphalt ..
Echoes of You

Echoes of You

A Poem by Relic


~Echoes of You~Your ghost hides in corners of our wrinkled sheetsreaching out transparent hands to grasp at my foolishness.I've never enjoyed swimming..

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