Category Archives: Poetry
** This is a work of fiction. I’ve given all I have You’ve taken everything from me Do you need to have my soul
*This is in response to Sue Vincent’s photo prompt. You can read all about it here. Would it be different if we tried again? Or would you still be a thorn on my rose?
The moon won’t tell. It does not hear my pleas. You’re not to be found. I’m down on my knees. I’ve risked and plotted For eyes that look like yours.
What keeps us coming back? What makes us act a fool? We throw caution to the wind. This form of insanity. We risk everything to attain it. We lie, cheat and steal for it. Grasping it is ecstasy. Losing it … Continue reading
A whisper that brushed my skin Like wind in my hair. A touch I’ll always remember I thought I’d find you there. Mist on the lake by moonlight Gone like a sigh. I hold tight with my heart The memory, … Continue reading
If I let you in, would you guard the door? If I held you tight, would you hold my heart? If I bared my soul, would you keep it’s secrets? If I held your hand, would you hold mine? If … Continue reading