Posts Tagged: black

Revealed

From a past near forgotten You transcend time and space Reacquainted in passing Your beauty awaits What once was pure myst’ry Might now be revealed As we hear the soft knowing And feel what we feel Come into my garden And smell the black rose Dive into the passion And find your repose

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Faded Black Hope

From under the faded black door Springs a faint light, a twinkling Hope, I dare wonder Could it be? Purified in gross inequities Dancing a slow dance with terrors unbidden, unforgotten Fright, my closest friend The replays tempt persuasion On an off-white wall of gloom Forbidden but unforsaken Those fiends, my only friends To the

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A spent Patron bottle

A spent Patron bottle. He woke to the chill of four A.M. He’d slept in his car, convertible top down. After five minutes, the windshield cleared of its dew. He drove home. Seven inches tall, five inches wide. Height exceeds breadth. The oriental fan is colorful and ornate. He sees the red dragon as orange.

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Discretion

The muse is quiet The winds move the leaves A world set aright In the haunting, black relief Friends, cohorts, countrymen A fiendish lot of fools Arguments wandering Bequests of long lain souls Moss grows on the stones But only on the north-facing sides The debaters finding solace In the wracking surrendered noise Truth is

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Green eyes, Gone black; Green again

Green eyes gaze back Through mirrors of reflected time Walking once sacred mysteries On brown grass, turning away From winter’s chilled prison Frozen thoughts, cold memories Fading He walks his dusty, empty rooms Opens the blinds, daring to glance At a world outside Trees newly budding Sod laid as winter began Turning from sleep, from

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