On Remembering Life

It's started to sound impossibly vague. "Act normal!" A fatigued cape that hang low to the floor, collecting dust as he walked around. Weighed down by this cloak tailored by the men and women who had lost the spectrum of their childish enjoyment, eager to fight the cold of a world without play. It had … Continue reading On Remembering Life

FIRE

December! Your stretch is drenched in a bitter stench!! Frost and fermented fun, run course through your trench I cower and quiver, besieged by the winters breathe My patience for her whispers whimper to a splinters breadth So I'm Befriending her enemy, warm, vivid and bold A flickering fire, she finds means to limit the … Continue reading FIRE