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  • su2anne

    Blinkered by ignorance by su2anne

    Come said the moon
    Dance upon my soul and together we will sing in the tide
    The rounded belly
    The sweet curve of breast
    Undulated her response

    55 words
  • su2anne

    The investment by su2anne

    An alter spills contrition
    A woman sits astride smears its leavings on a desiccated soul
    A faceless man sees the never mind
    The believers begging his council.

    79 words
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    Unfit to enter by su2anne

    The discourse of an unhinged
    Who’s grasp of reality’s threshold;
    The tenants of which damn her entry,
    Leave her hung out in a cold so bleak
    Hell would freeze over.

    56 words
  • su2anne

    The crow’s story by su2anne

    And where are the Gods?
    With destruction wrought
    Begging falls on shuttered ears
    Statues weep like arrows loose
    To piece the hearts of the unsung

    54 words
  • su2anne

    The truth of the matter... by su2anne

    And so here it is I lay
    My mortal body bloody
    I raise my head to see flesh sliced
    The pulse of viscera
    Reminds me there is still life
    The howl of the old one
    Tells otherwise…

    88 words
  • su2anne

    Its never too late by su2anne

    Half gone an eye remains
    From it a single tear falls;
    Her world encapsulated within,
    It shatters the unborn of hope

    60 words
  • su2anne

    Fool’s gold by su2anne

    Silence is what…
    The absence of sound?
    Salty trails speak of grief’s rivulets
    Where the heart-land breaks again and again

    79 words
  • su2anne

    What to do... by su2anne

    Her mouth is rimmed with her lover’s blood
    Her breast aches no more
    They wander the plains of the in between
    Never able to ascend for the gods have forsaken both

    35 words
  • su2anne

    Not a care in the world by su2anne

    A dilapidated abode
    Where bleak windows no longer reflect the events of this stage
    Its occupants;
    Here and yet not have become part of this tragedy…

    50 words
  • su2anne

    The inevitable by su2anne

    Ashen face
    Sightless eyes
    A heart that speaks only lies…
    Angel wings lay on fallow ground
    Their feathers lost to the breath of one so foul

    69 words
  • su2anne

    Compassion... by su2anne

    Madness is the imaginary dream
    Where tears pool in a pit of mire
    One eye blue the other brown
    Is a man who is twin

    62 words
  • su2anne

    Now where was I... by su2anne

    Now I know I went to
    The kitchen
    But I’ll be damned if I know
    What for…
    So just in case
    I looked in a drawer
    Took out a pan
    And rinsed a dish
    Later that day

    187 words
  • su2anne

    Always... by su2anne

    I lay
    My naked form pressed to you
    Hoping my love might seep into your icy skin
    We always had this exchange;
    Me the frog
    You the furnace,
    Now my sorrow crystallises on your glacial visage

    286 words
  • su2anne

    Betrayal by su2anne

    Is it possible to know thy self
    The ghost of the other side
    The shadow of the light…

    69 words
  • su2anne

    Rumour mongering... by su2anne

    Sadness brings its own rewards
    (So I’m told…)
    Perhaps if I cherry-pick I might succeed
    But the tears collide
    So its impossible…

    26 words
  • su2anne

    The Mexican standoff by su2anne

    End of Desire sat forlornly
    Looking back at Lost
    Past helpless suggested Forward
    But Present remained trenchant

    20 words
  • su2anne

    Every minute counts... by su2anne

    Why do watch the clock?
    It tells me the time.
    Surely there’s lots of other things you could do
    And time would let you know that it has passed
    Or suggest the possibility of a future?

    107 words
  • su2anne

    The deluded by su2anne

    The crypt that held No Mans Land
    Knuckle bones thrown speak a truth
    Should one avert their gaze

    39 words