Tag: poem

Fallacy

The gold-eyed serpent JEALOUSY (Author and architect of fallacy) Hears what she wishes, Seeks proof to her claims, Fashions guilt from innocence, Slanders. Maims. Reputations lie wounded. She has blood in her teeth – She bites at scabs And licks underneath. She is right and correct To rip […]

What The Nose Knows

  They say ‘The nose knows…” I believe they are right Whether it sniffs or it blows. Never take for granted  The ability to sense The presence of poison, Pheromone,  Scents To enrich or endanger Life as we know it. Oh, poor unappreciated nose! Unless it bleeds or […]

No Means No

She said no, But he saw red. With blood in his eye He forced her to bed… Closing his eyes, He drifted to sleep. She lay awake, Refusing to weep. Hearing him snore, She aimed for his head. Her sheets were white, But they saw red. Mother Hen Admittedly, […]

Turn a Page

Those thoughts are not mine – At least, not anymore – Rising unbidden to wrap my soul In envies, petty anger, vanities, Toxic resentments…   Attributes wholly unholy Are crushed beneath the weighty heel Of conscience trained, And broken tendrils evaporate As fog at sunrise.   My decisive heart springs […]

Successfully Eluding Success

Sometimes I envy the linear thinker Who plots his course in concrete lines, Unswerving, unbending and uncomplicated. He is a dart, an arrow aimed for the bullseye of life; He is a winning horse nosing ahead at the finish line. Others of us take circuitous routes,      Roads full of detours and roundabouts. […]