Category Archive: Poems

Coronis – 3 Haiku Poems (Inspired by Magick Mermaid)

Raven spies up high Trading secrets with the moon They whisper, She’s doomed. <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Coronis now hides In her lover’s arms she prays To see one more day >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Apollo’s rage burns Sears… Continue reading

Sepia-Tinted Memories

Wheels turning The many wonders I remember of you. * Scientists theorize that the ability to remember in color fades as we age – which essentially means that our memories begin to resemble… Continue reading

#45: Lock Him Up! – Haiku

  Thin skinned tangerine Thief of children’s charities Keep this dolt unseen ____________________________________________________________________________ Trump Was Ordered To Pay $2 Million In Damages For Abusing His Foundation To Help His Campaign “The court’s decision,… Continue reading

Haiku: Into Night

Day tugs off her dress Arches her back and stretches She melts into night

Soul Messenger – Haiku

Beating of my heart in sync with your restless soul. We travel as one.   A dragonfly symbolizes a soul messenger in Native American folklore.

Thorns

Thorns I whisper your name. Are you still within reach? I close my eyes and see you – With a knowing smile on your lips. You’ve found the scars- carved by my own… Continue reading

Out of the Dark

Remember me as flowers Pushing their way out of the dark To find warmth in the sun’s embrace I recently lost someone very dear to me, and my pen has once again become… Continue reading

Crimes of the Heart

… Here in the dark I sit. Polishing my sins with a rag and spit. No matter how hard I rub, the patina never succumbs. Encrusted with smudge, it’s difficult to shine. Woe… Continue reading

Pesadilla

I pull you close. You tell me no – Not tonight. Just one little kiss. I smell your sweat. It whets my appetite. You scare me, You whisper As I make you mine.… Continue reading

Six Haiku Poems: Thou Shalt Not Steal

I grabbed the apple. From the neighbor’s tree, it hung- too ripe to ignore. I see you there, thief. Mr. Jones’ silhouette flinched. He grasped his cane tight. Oh, this juicy treat! Where… Continue reading