Here, inside, everything dies, neglect or not.
A porcelain jar of skeleton keys go to nothing, lost their use in time.
The red sun rakes the grass, caressing the metal holding the hefty tabletop desk, where he vigorously scribbles his visions on the paper, bowing and stretching to the breeze, held down by his left, pictures etched with his right. Lead whiskers coordinated on the page, his hand blends shapes in the page, morphed from ideas … Continue reading The Art Form of Envy
I gaze over Terra, beyond the boundariesOf the swaying tree lines and washing winds,that divide fantasy from reality,and vigorously choke wicked courage from my lips. I stand steady on the spilling cliffof sweltering memories, screaming death and defiance,stealing faith with condemning fate,drifting off the path of elegance and empathy. I regain footing in free fall,and … Continue reading Of Faith and Fate
They crack the safes hidden in our portrait of communication. an intercourse of social science, flooding the streets of civilized city structures, isolating outstretched pastures beyond urban diction. We paint the portraits of expressive thinking. They map the blueprints for oratorical robbery. The rural fires of our desires are diminished. The ashes scraped into our … Continue reading Inventory of Our Words
Awake in the presence of Night, he claims the dreams from me, and leads me onto my feet. Noxious whispers clutch my lungs, and drill madness into my bones. The mocking shadows hide behind night’s body, stretching to the yellow walls. I shoot my arms through Night’s body and grip the switch of illuminating armor. … Continue reading Night’s Turbines
She laid down the pen. Gently, she closed the diary as she placed it on the table. Leona finally decided to step through the door. She saw the light in the distance as Death took her hand and guided her towards the soft glow. She was gone. Her family stood around her bed, stricken by … Continue reading The Death of a Crane