I’ve wished I could simply tell you Just how lamented You’ve left me It hasn’t gotten easier As the meter ticked The waves Were measured Time has decided to Bring me here Pounding this sea wall Washing, washing Me away Your ignorance, Not a gleeful bliss, But actual ignore-ence Helped Suppress and create This land … Continue reading A Ghost in Your Heart – February 13, 2020
Barren and cold So many snowflakes Landing one at a time Altogether Barely big enough To separate Playing with each other Grounded with a kiss And gone
The sense of regret that hits Before I even speak it Is deafening The quiet I live in Is yelling constantly To speak up
When the fog settles in The street lights Glow a little wider. Up that hill Just ahead I see my way, Though it’s not clear. The red lights disappear Flat, on the horizon line. I’m left wandering, Will I?
She flutters As she babbles Her eyes No longer remind me Of who she once was She lived Harder than expected Full of life Until it was no more Her days Like ours Numbered to a ‘t’ She was too proud To really let anyone in
Untethered And floating, Silence In the dark. A mother Hears these things.
Can you imagine Life without lasagna Smelling the fresh breeze Spring rolling up from under the leftover snow As the sun beats down Getting higher and higher Until sinking again Feeling fall take it’s hold Shaking it’s trunk The grasp shivering down Snow, beautiful white snow Dancing in the sky Landing in just the right … Continue reading A Garfield Thought – January 16, 2020