Run Away.

Come take my hand.

We’re inches away, several miles apart.

Just a little closer. Just a bit more.

You tear up on cue, with a wary soul.

Clouded judgement, forgotten memories.

We promised forever,  minds at war.

A love of a lifetime.

Where did we go wrong?

Shards of glass broken, as still as the moonlight.

And now, a fleeting glimpse of goodbye.

The Famous Last Scene

Final Curtain Call

I know it’s late, I know you’re weary. I know your plans, don’t include me. 

With the dark night suffocating the apathetic crowd, I continued with the song in a tired, strained voice. Read more

Standing Still, Holding Tight

summer solstice
History: Have you ever been so scared of losing someone that your heart literally breaks at the thought of a future without her?

This was written as a quick escape from my hospital bed today.

Enjoy.

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Kiss and Tell

Light Spectacle

History: The rain suddenly stopped and the sun surprisingly peeked mid afternoon today. I spent a great deal of time looking out into the massive glass windows at work and the wonderful hues served as inspiration.

Enjoy.

We were teasing each other about something but for some weird (and fortunate) reason, our lips met. It had been the most incredible feeling.

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Try this for size: The Liebster

In the spirit of the recently concluded Oscar awards, I graciously accept the nomination from the lovely Ashley Cameron of ashleycameronwriting.wordpress.com. She writes amazing poems so please do check out her blog.

Before anything else, rules first:

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