Monthly Archives: May 2017

The Point of Honesty: A Poem

Author’s Note: This poem is a bit of a divergence. More autobiographical than made up horror. I have been silent over the last few weeks due to an overwhelming depression and numbness. I am trying to break free of that … Continue reading

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The Ghost and Her Burden

Somewhere between who she had once been And who she ought be Rested who she was. Flickering in and out of existence Like the rolling of static over dead airwaves. A sense of falling and rising and falling again. A … Continue reading

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Spirit Guide

It’s a sword Drawn in the dark A spark To ignite a flame Fire to guide you To awaken The limitless power within you. I Have traveled as far As I ought go. I’ve seen The faintest glow. Now run. … Continue reading

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Bedsheets and Canyons

I know these bedsheets can’t hide my canyons, Like I know that the flatlines of this silence Will never cover the peaks of all this static. Like I know you’ll never hear the high pitch hum That robs me of … Continue reading

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Covered Mirror

We are sick to death. To death, And breathless. Holding in our hearts. Guarded, Like the cast iron gates With which we surround ourselves. Unable To let each other in. We stretch miles From inches of indifference. Blind  ourselves And … Continue reading

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