Category: poetry

Nanaimo Moon

light through darkness and thick smokey fog, like an eye that watches over the Harbour City.   its beauty entrances those it catches with eyes peered upward towards the glow in the sky.   it’s our moon, its chest out through the fog and cloud, brightly loud with pride, just like us.   a game of peek-a-boo

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Ode to the Cookie

Oh Cookie my dearest cookie, how soft and sweet kept contained by my side why must you call to me? My hunger for you causes me to cheat on my poor stomach who aches to be free. You’re a habit I just can’t quit. Every time I bring you to my lips and bite into your

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Ripped Through to the Soul

Shadows cast through the eyes  as pain pierces the heart a fresh wound as knife slices  through skin draws blood hand reaches in to pull  rips out part of soul inner demons fight to keep the rest in it belongs to them numbness draws a smile upon the face to fake the battle has not

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Falling into Fall

A new day starts with a new morning, crisp, clear, bright coloured sunrise gold, orange and red blend to make romance   A cold breeze soars through the brush to touch our goose-bumped bodies No sign of rain in the forecast a four-leaf clover drifts in the wind   Good luck comes to those who

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Thirst For Words

I sink my teeth into the neck of the novel as I crack open the cover and pierce my eyes upon the first page. I  taste the sweet succulence of victim’s blood as if I were the one to feed. Swept into my fantasy through the words of another, carefully balance each existence as I

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