All posts tagged: Poem

Pandering To A More Basic Guilt

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Black / Shorts

The irony was lost to him, of complaining of polluted skies, when the remains of burning plant matter left his lungs. You are the victim and the perpetrator, to the crimes that you cry wolf to. You are the God of your own anguish, Mothered by pain, and your reluctance to change. Fathered by the passing of time, that makes you realize­– your own mortality.

Remembering

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Mind Matter / Shorts / White

The leaves fall down from yesteryear, from the aging tree; my soul. These leaves are grey– Not brown, nor gold, and to touch, they’re freezing cold. They’ve travelled along; through space and time, To come lie gently at my feet. Learning so much, Breathing so boldly, To just lie gently at my feet.

Love

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Black / LGBT

I wanted Love, but met Rape; standing in the corner of every bar. I wanted Love, but met Sin; In every tongue that was spoken. I wanted Love, but met You; who told me that I’m worthless. I wanted Love, –wanted– For now I want nothing, no more. For the anger in your eyes, and the venom in your tongue; brought a coldness to your heart; but a richness to your guise. Fooling me, Teasing […]