Laz K. : Writing

Affinity

Affinity

A Poem by Laz K.


O, your silence is distant Like the cold shimmer of Nameless, impassive stars Sprinkling diamond dust on A world of ash and dust. ..
Grateful Fields in May

Grateful Fields in May

A Poem by Laz K.


Pine trees stand like sentinelsIn a line along the footpath.What harmony and togethernessIn their tall silhouette and green uniform!But, a brief momen..
like leaves

like leaves

A Poem by Laz K.


the car engine gasps and screams in panic when the wheels let go of the familiar asphalt, and float high above the morning traffic on ..
Dante's All You Can Eat Buffet

Dante's All You Can Eat Buffet

A Poem by Laz K.


On the third floor of an old Downtown hotel, you’ll find Dante’s Buffet, where the seats are Soft and snug, and the lights A..
As We Are

As We Are

A Story by Laz K.


The stage was empty save for an open window in the middle of the back wall, a large standing mirror on one side, and a blank canvas on a tripod on t..
Real

Real

A Poem by Laz K.


Our world, this blue, cosmic Cyclops-eye turning in the dark, Empty head of the infinite, Is a false mirror, breaking Pure white light in..
The Serpent in the Garden

The Serpent in the Garden

A Poem by Laz K.


The hot branding iron of Capricious morality Touched the pale skin of Human freedom, and Called the knowledge of Good and evi..
Stepping Stones

Stepping Stones

A Poem by Laz K.


“No sadness is greater than in misery to rehearse memories of joy.” ~Dante Alighieri Long ago, I beheld their lovely faces Ma..
Carousel

Carousel

A Poem by Laz K.


Round and round on her carousel We ride, laughing, dizzy, blinded By her colorful, flashing lights. As children, we hold on tight, Belie..
A Patient Hand

A Patient Hand

A Poem by Laz K.


The machinery of monotonous Days have been chiseling away At my hardened ebony heart till I could taste the bitter woodchips Scratching..

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