Note from a Blogger – “The Cure for a Beloved” – 12/28/2020

Upon a time in my life, the only woman I ever loved, and will continue to love, was diagnosed with a Neurological issue. This specific issue, though not life-threatening, put a dent in our relationship, preventing us from getting married. For a while, our dreams seemed crushed. Trampled, by fate, itself. However, I have come […]

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Poem – “Welcoming your Beauty” – Romanticism – 12/27/2020

Great numbersTo your fallen debris,Masking the entire blueOcean in your heart.Concealed by the rose petalsHeld in your hands,Over your chestWhere memories are mere seedsTo sprout a futureNone have seen. Something remains,Something always remainsIn a heart, quieted by stones,Hushed by a fate beneathA sea of dirt,Above where you hurt. Oh, love,How quickly you have feltThe many […]

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Poem – “Empty, Wandering Heart” – Romanticism – 12/27/2020

Here, I holdDarkness, with a tasteOf self-mercy.Some illusion has seen me open,Of faces yet to dissolve,Of idiocies yet to departFrom a stained mind. Her heart, I hold,With dewdrops, so wideUpon the rivers where dams collapse,Where eyes close,Where fevers become coldOf veins that build the bridgeBack to home. Of me, I scoldThe iron that melts back […]

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Philosophy – “Why Choice is the same as Division” – 12/27/2020

“Comprehend that choice is the one division that relates to division, itself. As much as we choose, we choose for diversity’s sake. Diversity. The word that belongs to the slave-master. The connoisseur of differing flavors who manages to discover merely his favorite, not the beloved to which sprouted from someplace beyond his knowledge.” – Modern […]

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Quote – “Why Choice is the same as Division” – 12/27/2020

“Comprehend that choice is the one division that relates to division, itself. As much as we choose, we choose for diversity’s sake. Diversity. The word that belongs to the slave-master. The connoisseur of differing flavors who manages to discover merely his favorite, not the beloved to which sprouted from someplace beyond his knowledge.” – Modern […]

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Poem – “The Act of your Loving” – Romanticism – 12/26/2020

Holding outA heart,Scrawled with messagesTo become seenBy the wondrous face of you. Here is a note,Here is a wound,A crevice in the noticeThere to be mended. Here is a space,Held out for your taking.Will you diveWith all your own heart? All your eyesSee darkness in the whiteStars of this universeI have formed,To mold you into […]

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Poem – “As you are Mine” – Romanticism – 12/26/2020

Surges of jealousy,Heartwarming anatomy,Fields where lust blooms openYour legs in the brush.Faces that stay in my mind,Not of mine. They held youDeep in arms covered by soot.Wild, as you areThe woman of my tears.I fold a curtain about your arms,To hold you where miles are certain. Kisses and brave guesses,Blood and wedding dresses,Beauty that needs […]

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Philosophy – “Why Anger is Never the Cure” – 12/26/2020

“Anger, the cure to life, by the death of it. For we aim to put out the flame with a greater one, and never so bravely open our vulnerable selves to the washing rain of teardrops.” – Modern Romanticism Anger. Is such an emotion able to be controlled? It cannot, any more than fire can […]

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Christmas Poetry – “He Steps in, to Know Her” – Romanticism – 12/25/2020

GraftedBy an awakening smile,Holding slender by the hand,Enjoying tunesSet by the choir,Rolling uphill by the damsel’s gaze,Swinging in the swell of enchantment,By the enchantress’s haze. His mind,A cold reluctance,As a place of winter amongThe city’s stare,Or his faceAs a simple notion to be sad,While words collapse against page,Seeing tears caught by the wind. Bells and […]

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Christmas Poetry – “Tearful Kisses beneath a Star” – Romanticism – 12/25/2020

How many dropletsWill spill from the moon?We have laid here, together,Matching ourselvesWith the weather,The fevers from a fireplace,As you are mine. Scarlet hair,Beaming eyes,Folded skin, over curvesSoft as petaled snow,Of trees that connect each star,Dropping flakes easily as remembranceTo this unseen moment. You writhe in your pleasure,Folding grins against frowns,Feeling pain with my diningUpon scentsAs […]

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Christmas Poetry – “Grey Onlook” – Romanticism – 12/25/2020

Outward,Past the rubble,The lights gleam a vesselIn my painstaking handsHolding a woman close,Of her rays,Upon her voyage. Weathered footprintsIn the icy ground.Loosened salt from the rooftopsOf my temples,For I still bare the sight of toil,Even on a day of unity. Her kiss had lastedTo the amorous twist,Strengthening me towards the North,Where flavor comes mixedWith the […]

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