Finality (a poem)

Marriage begins with paper ends with it too. Quite surprising how perfunctory a decade can be summarized, detailed, logged, filed. The first page two names. A joining. A future. How crisp. Clean. The end page same names. Faults factual. No future. How crumpled. Torn. Documents don’t contain the screams the accusations the sleepless nights butContinue reading “Finality (a poem)”

Trellis (a poem)

I looked to the past To see a future Coming back to the hill as I did Vision restored Last day An empty place Midst the horror that is COVID-19 No goodbyes Just as well Silence increasingly rare Still but for the restlessness in me A quiet parting at The trellis, my favorite feature UnassumingContinue reading “Trellis (a poem)”

Poetry — Perpetually Past Due

A re-blog. It’s the warmth of a summer sun pressing through and pouring between the gaps of illuminated tree leaves; it’s the peaceful, calming noise of pouring rain that trickles through gutter and pipe; it is imagery conjured into something more real than the spell of any grey-bearded sorcerer or maiden, mother, and crone. AttemptsContinue reading “Poetry — Perpetually Past Due”