Monthly Archives: October 2017


There is an unquenchable fire in her my mouth still feels the sting of her kiss my senses still echo with flame and ash charcoal on the tip of my tongue As she lays now gently on this bed of … Continue reading

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After Hours: Falling

Originally posted on Go Dog Go Café:
I stand before you More naked More stripped Down Than I have Ever been Vulnerable Unsteady ? I have always thought Falling in love Would be a gentle Drop backwards Gracefully landing Onto piles…

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  They say she was born in that massive thunderstorm in 66′ They didn’t mean she come into this world through her mother What they meant was that the lightning came down and split the ground like Aphrodite rising from … Continue reading

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AFFLICTION – Kindra M. Austin

Originally posted on Sudden Denouement Collective:
What do you mean to me? No goddamned clue. But I know I’m in deep blue like with you, boy, when you stand on the corner of nineteen hundred and eighty-seven, wearing black kohl…

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The night was cold well, cold for their southern clime a chill wind blew down from the north and tangled the Spanish moss in the arms of the oaks gas lamps guttered as the street cars rumbled on and even … Continue reading

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She stood at the rail, looking away from me the blue in her eyes was the same as the sea the storm that gathered in the western sky was not the cause of her heart-shattering sigh “I can’t stay here” … Continue reading

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The Dark…

I ran to the edge of the forest and howled into the dark but your soul did not answer only the wind And the laughing of coyotes I used my last piece of fire days ago watched it die in … Continue reading

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[Special thanks to Kindra Austin, who inspired this with a comment about stealing hearts] [go visit her, she’s amazing]   The thief, he sat by the garden wall in the shadow of the ivy and sage The moon, she shown … Continue reading

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Jerusalem, Babylon, Damascus another parade passing under the city gate arch the sun blotted out by ancient stones here long before our sandaled feet trod the dust of a thousand battles into the air phalanx shields and glittering spear tips … Continue reading

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