Tag Archives: My Poetry

Our House

Only the blood in my bones keeps me warm. Wake up to this chilling breath, shrouds out of my mouth, a dirge dog fog. My down comforter filled with sunken hopes, anchored by tears that swelled there. The marriage bed, … Continue reading

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Watching the Eccentrics

Red weather tigers skulk drunk sailors in dreams of the suspended men, the hopes of the men in red suspenders. The thin women in their awkward heels never received the awaited postcard from Vesuvious, their knockoff Hermes scarves in a … Continue reading

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