It's lives!! This series was meant to have been a weekly affair. I wanted to engage with you, the reader while sharpening my sword, so weather the quiet months while I find the words to share. I have had a few hard lessons to learn in these passing months, I'm hoping my future serial … Continue reading Poems for Planets: Uranus
Another wonderful day, and poetry must go on. I did not forget this project! Here is the latest of the lot, and Ode for the Martians among us!! Mars is the planet that follows on after earth. Its the second smallest planet in our solar system, but boy what a beast. Crazy weather … Continue reading Poems for Planets: Mars
More planetary goodness at hand. I was not looking forward to writing about this particular planet. The association I have with said planet opens up more doors than I am willing to walk into. It comes as no surprise than my research for planet earth opened up the mother of all labyrinths, trying to snake some … Continue reading Poems for Planets: Earth
The second addition to the planetary poetry is here for your studious consumption. These posts are getting more and more educational by the day. Venus has been a real gem to marvel at. Second from the sun, yet the brightest and hottest, Venus is our subject for the day. In a mythological context, Venus it … Continue reading Poems For Planets: Venus
You are first to brace that brazen heat and hold your orbit true. You dare to mingle so closely with the seed of a Titan...
I didn't know how to put this forward or make it clear, but here it goes. I'm going to be making some noise in this little space of mine for a little while. I'm working on a little series for the poetry fans who wonder this way, hopefully it will be for fans of … Continue reading Walking Through Space!
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When the sky is all raindrops and fire, I promise to stand with you.
Somewhere in secret you are casting spells. Behind the fashioned glow of everything here and now, you find a way of stealing a piece of where you've been, transmuting a life already lived and lending wonder to the willing ear. I wonder if you've thought about it that way. Maybe you're too consumed by your … Continue reading A Beautiful Mind
It was around that age When young soldiers begin To grab hold of the world around them in hopes of moulding their wings, That he was met with silence. That echoes cackled, Crackling against the walls Of his mother's house, Whispering secrets that speak with The knowledge of a world that Lived Before the empty … Continue reading His Fathers Son