Tags : thought

Open Water

Open Water

A Chapter by chrysantheranium


BatheBroken legs againstThe ceramic bowlOf ocean waterYou take the reigns,You dance in silenceWith your twoLeft feetWish away, wash awayRaise the sail..
- N. Metamorphosis

- N. Metamorphosis

A Chapter by chrysantheranium


Today you broke your legs dancing on the shoreline - that is to say, you were dancing in the shower, and your legs are not literally broken, you just..
Founder

Founder

A Poem by Lingering Soul


A wandering displayDevising a path of strengthFear went into hidingFor closure would shy awayThe aging years turned to youthOnce asked questions of wi..
Dichotomies

Dichotomies

A Poem by Tinker Pete


Thoughts on the way things are right this very second
Spectacles

Spectacles

A Poem by Robert Trakofler (Bad Bun..


Free verse of Bunny and Silent write read at your own peril :)
An Unasked Eulogy

An Unasked Eulogy

A Poem by Satish Verma


It will come back to you again and again― the thought
Clockwise

Clockwise

A Chapter by chrysantheranium


Oh darling,You've spun in circlesHead held lowerThan lungsOh precious,You've grown dizzyChoking on poetryAnd broken songsI spinIn greatBigCirclesDizzy..
- N. Hell

- N. Hell

A Chapter by chrysantheranium


I get it you damned, bloodied hound... Yes, you're sick. We all know. We've all heard. Ring that church bell one more time, won't you? Cry it out to ..
Icicles

Icicles

A Chapter by chrysantheranium


Freeze in place,Face in peaceWith silver-lined smilesOf chipped teacup teeth.Bite my hand,I don't mind if I bleedWe all bleed..We all bleed..Drip, mel..
- N. Magnet

- N. Magnet

A Chapter by chrysantheranium


It was just a few days before The Gathering when you felt him die beneath the weight of your heavy heart.... You were afraid. Horrified, even. And it ..
Blind Eyes Staring

Blind Eyes Staring

A Poem by chrysantheranium


The blind mind approaches at the call of the tree,His arms and legs shaking from his cold aching bonesHe places his shovel at the roots and he screams..
Meeting Empty

Meeting Empty

A Poem by Alfred Kukitz


nothingness

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