Monthly Archives: September 2014

I Am

I am the bridge of silent night That glistens in the dawn The span of time and fierce starlight That beckons ever on. I am the rush of wind and rain The gathering of the storm That washes all the … Continue reading

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Their Bones

We gazed upon their bones that day The steel and hammered bones Laid bare before our eyes As never should have been Bones should their secrets keep, Beneath their modest skins. Wrought skeletons should not twist, And creak, and die. … Continue reading

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A Place For Everything

A place for everything they say And that may well be so Yet in the map that shows that place There’s this one thing I know: There should never ever be A spider in the tub. A mouse may have … Continue reading

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