horror, Poetry

The Messenger

From the heavens, A messenger springs true. An eager volunteer, the droplet plummets valiantly, a whistle of wind before impact. –splash drip, drop may you never hope to reach the inner depths of my mind. Front and center, A scene of great tragedy and anticipation blinds my eyes. A body coated in rainwater, rivets my… Continue reading The Messenger

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Short Poem, Thoughtful

Death by Fire

I am the fury that burns through your veins, I am the shadow that chases you, the smog shielding your eyes cannot protect you from the truth. The truth is you are unworthy; unworthy of your first breath, the exhilarating flutter of your heartbeat, and the shivering hope of your soul that makes you uniquely weak.… Continue reading Death by Fire

otherworldly, Thoughtful, Uncategorized

The Dead Sea

Crashing waves smell of brine and lost legends, mermaid tails and selkie skins, fevered voyages, pirate's booty–bearded men and women with gold teeth and jewels on their mind, harrowing adventures, navigators with sunburnt skin, drunk on the wine of the ancient souls that watch from below–trip as they follow–eyes narrowing on the X–bones rise from… Continue reading The Dead Sea