She existed to wait for nothing. Her life lost track of time.
Very seductive, like caramel… Her eyes longed for touch. The dark, a nightly hell, whispered not to worry about fire.
A room, a candle, a horror.. He broke free and looked back at the rare beauty of pain purple and black.
Heat of morning, breeze light and hesitant. Trying to will her home. Down the steps, past the kitchen drinking coffee and the spiral bound notebooks she loved.
I expect joy and a smile and the warmth of too many souls during daylight hours and a star at night.
The ghost was a moment and the door locked like a plastic garbage can. She was glimmering white marble remembering, dreaming, and dancing to angels.
surprising, your empty bullets and blood soaked carpet instill within me thoughts of candlelight dinners, hot baths, rose gardens… a romanticized violence; I trail my fingers across sharp silver. can […]
white petals tempted will fall red.
bare feet uneven paths and calm walks in the woods the willows telling stories and apples. the slick moss covered the creek, an old blanket. lacy branches and crawling before […]
All dark and light burned in the old cemetery, damp and cold encouragement. The cold sky, visible and you’re not afraid of anything. everything.
The voice of the past, she could not understand a secret tongue. My darling was waiting for her. She dreamed and knew dread, singing poetry beautiful and perfectly formed.
To die for dreams and feelings. The glass glittered in fire and it was fatal attraction.
Desperately, the questions burning. Her mind had freely taken control. Just as angry, she would collapse. Better not to feel, to stay gold.
Breathed deeply and fallen in, so deep, screaming. Haunted, a ghost, dead and forgotten. Eyes huge and dark like an owls.
Self-indulgent, I could be unhappy my veins, blood. my lungs, air. It soothed me like melting crayons like blood pacts and teenage novels.
Memories of her lover, hunted by her past. She was always cut by sharp delusions, the experience. She doesn’t answer my letters. I loved her.