Alexandria Reece : Writing

The Isthmus

The Isthmus

A Poem by Alexandria Reece


Dismal, the abyssal depths speak soft to me,And the wind makes waves of my locks: untethered,This mortal plane has gifted me strange names,Some, I can..
Decay | The Dying Ember

Decay | The Dying Ember

A Poem by Alexandria Reece


Cyclical thoughts,Those moonbeams caught in air,As iron bars, struck by,A dust storm,Time, grimly winding,As ruined Knossos,Under the gaze of Kronos,R..
You & — I.

You & — I.

A Poem by Alexandria Reece


See Notes.
Vespertine Whispers

Vespertine Whispers

A Poem by Alexandria Reece


Your vespertine whispers descend at midnight,From reaches of velvetine sky, ethereal corners,Of galaxies painted, aquiver with eternal flecks,Reflecti..
The Summoned Sun

The Summoned Sun

A Poem by Alexandria Reece


Your steps ring clear, a brightly feudal sound,As to your doors I come, seeking, singing,Beckoning you near, come and see,The sun you dawned upon my r..
Spectre

Spectre

A Poem by Alexandria Reece


And yet, I can smell your skin, Sweet, and yet, memory isn't, Motive enough for it to have, Meaning to me, no longer, Does it inspire resolution, ..
A Study | Clovers

A Study | Clovers

A Poem by Alexandria Reece


Your eyes are as a sonnet, eyes to match -- conveying separate lines.
The Merrimac River

The Merrimac River

A Poem by Alexandria Reece


It was a whisper in the woods.
Smoke | A Divergence | To Dispel a Myth

Smoke | A Divergence | To Dispel a Myth

A Poem by Alexandria Reece


I will keep the rings you gave me,All pallid crooked halos made to descend,Rather than gold, but how I prefer them,How against that shaded setting you..
Before She Found the Sun

Before She Found the Sun

A Poem by Alexandria Reece


Oh, I'm sorry -- I didn't realise my optimism was showing.

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