The dusty and rugged weathered paths, The dingy and rusty iron sheet houses, The scorching but rejuvenating sun, The biting and terrifying hunger pangs, The wailing and gay children, The sweeping and whistling breeze, The whirl winds and scampering runs, The eye sores and hard knocks, The hop, skip and jump, The weary and despairing,… Continue reading RAMSHACKLE
It is going to be a tough Christmas and the signs are crystal clear. She stood manly before you hands akimbo, her combat pose. Your eyes dart from left to right and you bet that that is sweat forming on your forehead. Your hands automatically assumed the defensive line between your legs to protect the… Continue reading THE DEPTHS OF THE HEART
Just close your eyes, And shut the world out, Till the sun goes down, It is just you and I, Together lets make it through the night, Lets make it memorable, To last more than a moment, Let our hands intertwine, And our hearts beat as one, May the stars glare down at us, Let… Continue reading ONE LAST TIME
Love in the air, Seductive aroma, Formidable aura, However, I choke on the dust unsettled, Affection clouds my presence, As liturgical thoughts cuddled with love process before my presence, Cold nights, Frozen heart, Blinded logic, Yield for arousing Love before its so seeks to, Broken pieces, Shuttered links, Crumbled emotions, Pressed down in a… Continue reading SALVATION TIME
One of the most amazing, humorous, creative, candid poet I've interacted with through his pieces and in real life. He shares a piece of his to the world; he speaks from his heart to yours, touching the innermost of your soul. If you haven't heard of him, then this is the moment. Don't resist the… Continue reading GUEST ALERT!!!
"Close your eyes and count up to eight, Remember the Choir master's rhythm?" She said. "One- One. two, one- One, two, three, two, one, Sing up to the highest octave you can, And always remember to close you ears too, and shut the two doors, Don't worry about the windows, I kept them… Continue reading THE TUNE THAT BINDS!
He screeched into a sudden halt and half jumped, half leaped out of his Toyota Mark X. The parking lot was almost empty, save for two staff vans, an ambulance and a couple of personal automobiles. From a distance I could hear the wailing of sirens, indicating the dire need for attention. The nurse in… Continue reading JUST LET GO.