Monthly Archive: July, 2018

‘My wild Texas rose’

My wild Texas rose Kind mistress night brought her to me. The Austin, Texas bars brought people from all places together. When the moon took over the night sky. People from different places… Continue reading

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To Be a Child Again

Originally posted on Ckonfab:
We judge too often and hate too much We lie too often and smile too little We cry in private and hide our emotions We don’t think twice before…

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Between My World and Yours

Originally posted on DeveReaux’s Newfound Words :
Half-empty bottles litter the countertop And the floor cradles my drunk conquest She’s silently nestled In between this world and the next I watch, hardly consumed…

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One Marriage Later

Originally posted on Writings of Ruth.A.Kumar:
Memories… life’s a contradiction sunset rests in trees hazy and cosy in a summer breeze yet I am jarred awake from lack of sleep remembering…

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Broken Chains

Originally posted on Writings of Ruth.A.Kumar:
She mentioned grass blades I felt uncomfortable in my skin each one I envisioned embedded poison from silent enemies some days are nicotine days I…

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I’ll never fall in love

  I’ll never fall in love   I went to the Stray Cat Inn on Monday night. Long Islands are three dollars till 9pm and the company kind and polite. I was waiting… Continue reading

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‘The color of love’

The color of love Dear lover. You made me come alive. The fire in you eyes make me wish to swim in your brown eyes and drown in the gentleness of your voice.… Continue reading

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Make me believe dear Poet.

Pretty words   Dangerous beautiful lady in her tight black dress and wearing chain of amethyst crystal upon her neck. Was my crystal once and she wanted it more than I did. She… Continue reading

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No far from the Sea / Non loin de la Mer

Originally posted on WORDS IN THE LIGHT:
Not far from the sea we’ll live in a place of light and gentle peace. Behind whitewashed walls I will plant wild lavender and myrtle, and…

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Étoile

Please read and enjoy the amazing poetry by a talented writer. Rob Taylor I dance solo, caught In decoyed whispers of Relativity hid within My own sacred mystery, A tender étoile gracelessly Contrasted… Continue reading

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