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Monthly Archives: August 2015
Today I write from the middle of the ocean. My time on land was far too short, but when the seas call, I cannot help but answer. I am uncertain as to what my future posts will look like, in … Continue reading
Drown me, In the quiet of your unbelief. In filthy waters infecting. Cleanse me, Of everything you found disgusting. Hold me under Wash me clean. Until the sin in me stops breathing. I am so sorry For my sinful breath. … Continue reading
When my father dies, I won’t go to his funeral. I believe he should die as he had lived; Alone.
We are holding the inward life of ourselves; A reflection of light Burning bright against our dark. By its fires, We wait for a better dawn.
His love Wrote black and blue poems Across my skin. Made everything I did A sin. Convinced me to believe That I was dirty. So I ran. It took years to finally realize When I ran away I left a … Continue reading
Welcome to Poem of the Month! An end(ish) of the month highlight of one poem I came across during the month that left a powerful impression on me. This month I’m highlighting Jesse Parent‘s “To the Boys Who May One Day Date … Continue reading