What’s Buried Inside You and Me

Sleepless, Under eye circled gruffness. Emotions unconfessed Misdirected hurt suppressed. The darkness I've seen in men. The shadow leads, Anger feeds Hard, fast breathing Strained neck seething. The sorrow I've seen in men. Whether joy or pain, The intensity is the same, Withheld when awake, But the snore, a roar. I mistake the darkness of... Continue Reading →

The Moon

I. Shadowed craters swirl into a haunting face. II. The moon sings silent "alleluia" fades darkness into muted light. III. Returning every night to me, my lover, my moon. IV. Guiding sailors to shore where women wait at sheening windows, Captain Moon. V. Galileo knew from telescopes of glass that Earth was not a flattened... Continue Reading →

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