Raven Starhawk : Writing

Sister Disgruntled

Sister Disgruntled

A Poem by Raven Starhawk


Deguised as winter, her hold tightens As I crawl through hardened passages in search for thaw And gray clouds blanket the sky, she commands the wind..
Roses On Lace

Roses On Lace

A Poem by Raven Starhawk


Fingers tangled in satin fringes,Eyes staring into empty space,A wedding dress baring bleeding roses,She welcomes sharp steel kissesWhile feeling her ..
Eternal Doom Dance

Eternal Doom Dance

A Poem by Raven Starhawk


Years in delusionWeighed down by arroganceI have emergedReality reborn as expectations Paint a whole pictureOf a fractured psycheAnd undeniable truths..
October Masquerade

October Masquerade

A Poem by Raven Starhawk


Seasons serve their reminders... ...their trademark arrivals... ...and power over human traditions... As a cycle forever in motion Demonstrating p..
Forty

Forty

A Poem by Raven Starhawk


Forty years ago Existence molded a being of disadvantage As wasted flesh married agony And agony bore a unforgiving disappointment Known as Mary ..
October Slayer

October Slayer

A Poem by Raven Starhawk


March upward the slippery slopes of yesteryear While keeping a bloodshot eye on present folliesAs nothing quite as dangerous as the pastWill haunt you..
The Sister

The Sister

A Poem by Raven Starhawk


A shelf of memories adorns a stucco wall Adjacent portraits of younger years And a trophy case housing gold and silver Moments forever ..
Chapter One

Chapter One

A Chapter by Raven Starhawk


1 Electrical fingers tore serrated trails across a maroon firmament as billowing clouds swelled and absorbed neglected pockets. Destra ..
Chapter Two

Chapter Two

A Chapter by Raven Starhawk


1 "I thought it was over," Heather said dully as she staggered into the corridor and sank to her knees. Her fingers curled and disappear..
Chapter Three

Chapter Three

A Chapter by Raven Starhawk


1 Can you hear the music? It filters through the channels of pain and flesh. How delightful that combination is. Feel it, Heather, and b..

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