Walk with a smile to bring back.
You were meant
To walk atop your own puddles
The clouds above your head
Leave, for your reflection.
Can you say we were meant
Continue reading Poem #1,765 – “Walk your Way” – Romanticism – 9/8/2021
To cross lightning with lightning?
A brief flash
Revealed the lust more tragic
Than each spark that never ended
Slower than our tracks
Being covered by the snow.
Filter the sentence,
Wear the page
Wrapped where throats collapse,
As lungs fill with the soot
Of a thousand-and-one blood droplets.
Continue reading Poem #1,764 – “This Burned Eraser” – Romanticism – 9/8/2021
The taste of everything
We hid, upon the tongue.
Upon the wind,
Your scent exits from the west
Where your light was burned out,
Where your eyes
While we loved to gather rain
To the drunken petals,
That our darkness
Was the faces we kept avoiding.
Our kisses meant the tears,
Our eyes meant the years,
Kept feeding us the rope.
Continue reading Poem #1,763 – “Crying Circus” – Romanticism – 9/8/2021
Always on the brink of disaster,
Holding skin as were the blue skies,
Weeping to replace missing droplets
In the ocean,
Eaten by the shore.
Driven at the mirth of your leaves,
Falling at the same space to your feet.
Creeping to the tears that left
Their stains, to discover you bleed
Beneath pale moonlight, at sceneries wept
To the fog that surrounds your form
Able for hands to lift.
While grace would grant you steps,
Continue reading Poem #1,762 – “Out from Erupting Choir” – Love Poetry – 9/7/2021
Each petal, each rose scattered around you
Bends a nose to the complimenting dew –
No more than a vein
Releases, for the stains to grain.
A droplet from red to the clear
Warmth of some bitter pain.
We love until the dawn sets,
As the dusk rises,
While histories keep us close in check,
Weeping in each symptom, at all breaths.
We love, while clouds remain
Continue reading Poem #1,761 – “How many Tears Journey South?” – Romanticism – 9/4/2021
To bring tracks on the desperate road
To smother, along with our sighs.
We love, while southern treks
Glisten white flags, wrapping our necks –
You awake with the forest, in tears
To repeat the wars, the countless years
Your eyes radiated with the sun,
Though drowned with sceneries shunned.
Futures discarded at trembling arms, exalted fears,
In the garden you raised
Among all warmth cast aside.
Forever to kiss the droplets
Worn as stones at my throat.
Forever to finalize the melody
Composed beneath silver crescent,
Before its eventual descent.
In solace, to be your armor,
Continue reading Poem #1,760 – “Earthen Debris, Bashful Petals” – Romanticism – 9/3/2021
With scorn, to be your fire –
Some other torn place
Continue reading Poetry Series – “Autumn in the Skies” – 13/50 – “Walk to Gather the Shells” – 8/18/2021
With scraps to the misinterpreted fields,
At stages of grain for uncovered space
Where the smothered sun
Revealed all of bleeding love.
A nude back held the same streaks,
The same lashes
Torn towards Heaven, above –
Keep sealing your mirrors, display to faces
So emptied of disposition towards you,
While your wings face low,
Giving nothing to ashes.
How much can the weather renew
All the fog that deprives you of graces?
From the lips that thirst,
By the arms that hurt –
Without the heart now stranded at the shore,
Continue reading Poetry Series – “Autumn in the Skies” – 12/50 – “Everywhere, the World Admires” – 8/16/2021
Failing at the spoken euology.
You keep trembling with feathers to the floor,
Seeing your reflection at your prey
As a signal of your bare eyes.
Then spun the wheels
Mimicking the current ideal.
A track lost
For a purpose received
At the point eternity was crossed
To the arms,
Towards the lips at silence conceived.
A burial of vows in frozen pages.
I shivered at the altar,
Continue reading Poem #1,756 – “The World Progresses without you” – Romanticism – 8/16/2021
Wearing my heart on a sleeve
While my face twisted and altered
In the same sweat the people believed
Was to quit their train.
Speak your curse,
Continue reading Poem #1,755 – “Diamond Burial” – Romanticism – 8/15/2021
Being cruel in all tragic shapes
That softened you to worse.
Love waited, then divided
The space between your eyes.
Your sight changes, as you confided
In the world’s end.
A pilot within the storm,
Continue reading Poetry Series – “Autumn in the Skies” – 11/50 – “Helpless when Uplifted” – 8/14/2021
Two hearts lost in their passing streams,
While eyes can no longer see
Oceans for the monochrome skies.
Hell has seen to those lovelorn,
Born of wings, lost from the angels.
Sadness bears flight for infants,
Senseless in the resounding grief,
Compelled for arms, uttering insignificance.
“Weeping among Feathers”
Apart from the sun,
As the seasons come undone
To reveal where teardrops fell
As anchors to the fetid mist.
Your arms in the rain,
In the attempt to drench the pain.
Tied together in savage looseness,
While winter ceases the hail
That Springtime had called down –
Upon your displayed frown.
Continue reading Poetry Series – “Autumn in the Skies” – First 10 Poems – 8/14/2021
You forever wish to decay
More than either leaves or Heaven.
With clasped hands,
To send prayers for crippled towns
As mirrors raise from sands.