Author Archives: Eric

About Eric

Writer/Plumber/Poet/Father/Gentleman/Romantic

Mortality…

By what will do I live? heart? aye a heart to move crimson rivers betwixt my wingspan an aging man who sweeps his arms out wide to encompass the soul of mankind and like a hearbroken father whispers unto his … Continue reading

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Eric Syrdal Reviews Conversations With My Higher Self by Rachel Finch

Originally posted on Indie Blu(e) Publishing:
To walk outside your own body. To look back and see yourself as the universe sees you.? To see the entire story of your life laid open before you and to thumb through…

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Through…

I carry the blade over my shoulder it used to ride upon my hip until it was needed but now I carry the blade over my shoulder the weight of it reminds me of the burdens I carry the prickle … Continue reading

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We the broken…

Hundreds of gallons Of water Rumble and crush against My feet Standing here I feel the sands Pulling at my skin Downwards Ever downwards To drown the light Behind the shadows Of a ribcage split wide Upon this shattered shore … Continue reading

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Eulogy – Eric Syrdal

Originally posted on FREE VERSE REVOLUTION:
We laid him down on a field of flames in the ruddy glow of sunset’s blood ? Upon his breast lay his shattered shield in clenched fingers was his notched blade ? Upon his…

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Reflections 6

with reverent awe the cradle of my blasphemous hands lowers her foot into the cool water of the tub her skin shimmers beneath the aqueous barrier lifting the dust from her travels from her tired flesh no words are spoken … Continue reading

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Reflections 5

In this moment her eyes ceased to be the placid pools as I had always known them This feeling welling up inside her set them a flame behind them and as such they defied the word, hazel no they were … Continue reading

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Reflections 4

The yard fills with the color of melted down rain clouds what was once verdant and sundappled now sways, blue and black in the dusk breeze the surrounding trees became buttressed walls of a twilight cathedral and the starscaped mural … Continue reading

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Reflections 3

As we crested the next hilltop I do confess that had the wind not been laced with the bitter sting of winter still clinging to its coat tails my eyes would still have watered at the sight that awaited them … Continue reading

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Reflections 2

Living amid these concrete colossi for too long I have watched the stars obscured by their yawning silhouettes never does their fire reach the depths of my heart I yearn for my spirit to launch from this pallid haze scattering … Continue reading

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