Category Archives: poetry

Cultivating the Opposite

The dream of living by the sea near a wild forest and ancient mountain range, rose unbidden, colouring the day to day of my long ago high school world. Time has passed unbound, leaving its inevitable brushstrokes and bruised shadows behind, … Continue reading

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Borderland

Centuries of the same tired words reverberate through time, never fraying the seasons and hours of the day parsed out by man nature’s eternal rhythms ignored or manipulated creating monsters in their place, leaving us to cry out, with hearts as … Continue reading

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Finding Eden

What came before, she no longer remembered there is only damp stone and ruined walls now, a mean shelter among the tall firs of the silent forest, this new life a blank slate, waiting for what, she did not know. … Continue reading

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Deep Water

I find myself in deeper water lately no longer on the shore,  bare toes finding purchase upon cool sand, instead I’m treading luminous blue hoping with each breath that I don’t drown. Drown among the slippery tendrils of seaweed in colours of … Continue reading

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The Fifth Turning

Words shimmer on the newsprint page, a desert mirage promising lush green amid the anarchy. Falling from the lips of wily wizards and sharp eyed visionaries, they weave a tale that rivals the books out of time that we covet … Continue reading

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Maelstrom

There’s a collective storm brewing the likes of which we’ve never seen. Words that whispered through our minds are on news feeds for all the world to hear. The cacophony cuts like a knife, interrupting peaceful dreams and guiltless sleep, … Continue reading

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Janus

Dark poetry and longing traverse the unbound heart, igniting flames of winter blue and summer gold in their wake. Scents of forbidden fruit waft through the forest of words luring the unwary from the known path, encasing them like insects … Continue reading

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