Prose & Poetry

Hope Dances.

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once in the shadow of a dark moon caught in the lamplight flicker hope danced on a black sky dimples of light where her feet landed hope knows how to dance on the deep darkness in the depths she latches on with fury curls up her will into lightening eyes…

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Short Story: Installments.

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In this particular life, the simple untruths are rapidly growing out of control, and things are quickly unraveling. Although day by day, it goes unnoticed, without any measure of control the whispers are overwhelming Truth, and soon she will be lost in the darkness of deception, hidden in the shadow of a small disgrace. A small disgrace, once kept out of view, but now being revealed as gently as a blanket is unraveled thread by thread.

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Starbucks Napkin – Poem.

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There Are Some Dark Clouds Hanging Heavy Over This City I was hunting through the depths of my handbag, cleaning up and out in the buildup to New Year, potentially also because I am bored to death. I found this, that I wrote on a Starbucks napkin on the Upper…

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Lucidity Speaks – Poem.

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Lucidity Speaks When you speak, how often I must listen with baited breath to hear the thing you might say next, could be funny or serious off guard, i tend to spend these moments and makes me like an addict for I love the rush of blood to my head…

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Morning – Poem.

Morning – Poem.

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Waking Up This Morning In The Mist & Fog i love rainy mornings when the sun is just close enough to up, the world is transluscent and damp. i’ll sing about coffee shops and lost loves and harbor selfish memories in that sad early hour with the heater on in…

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Find Me – Poem.

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Find Me seeking You in unexpected places looking to recognise You in a lunchhour ..in a conversation, to know Your familiar hand in a heartbeat, in a cityscape.. driving in smog-laden queues in lonely offices, on a misty road. looking at a prison, trying to escape my own seeking You,…

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