Empty frames have claimed my walls, For years past and years to come Frames of imaginary pictures brought to life by words of authors lost and authors found; Hollywood writers and the truths that will never be famous. Storybook friends who free me to breathe […]
She gave the girl a gift, A box that was her own as a child The girl smiled at the red ribbons, Nervously, And shredded the packaging, as she had been taught The clock counted seconds, And the girl pulled off the lid It landed […]
Definitions are restrictive. They are the wrappers of the goods that hide inside. We must undefine words to truely understand what they mean.
“Mommy?” “Yes, Eli?” said Mary from behind her computer screen. “Can I have one more piece of candy? Pretty please with sugar on top?” Mary looked down at her 5-year-old son but a moment of thought clouded her vision. “Pleaseeeee,” whined Eli. “Huh?” she refocused […]
Cymbals and drums From ostracized music Beating to unheard lyrics Sway in her mind like drunken ideas As she fights a sobriety from childish creativity. The beauty in the music pulls her out from her societal cast, gifting her with a breath of cool air […]
Last night I searched for Emerson and Thoreau in libraries tall of unbound books Ideas climbing up shelves into new collections of words for constructive debates. Words, free to lift off pages as they please, Make the air so densely rich I cannot resist inhaling […]
You are only limited by your mind. You have the power to build yourself as you please and to break yourself down to your elements. You have the power to fly, to build against gravity, to create monsters and to destroy them. You have the […]
Calling all poets, writers, and artists! Join me in celebrating the written word at the Poet’s Point. This is a new page I’m starting in efforts to form a community in which artists can share their work, get feedback, and inspire others. It’s a perfect […]