Month: September 2018

Sunday Prayer

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photo a pathway through the autumn woods, sun breaking through golden leaves, you can smell the soil and

May your life be filled with colour May your life be filled with joy In world that’s full of hate In a world that’s full of pain May you find your own save place May you speak your perfect rhyme And when darkness comes upon you And despair is holding thight Know that love will always find you And once love holds there be light Am giving up can’t get it right so throwing it […]

Your Need

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a frankly totally over edited photo of a chalk scribling on the walkway, into black and white pencil sketch with hearts overlaid

Your Need To find someone to hate To find someone to grate To find someone to belittle To find someone more brittle confuses me Your Need For mercurial machinations For merciless judgement For malevolent gossip For marauding emotions angers me Your Need for grandeur for fake valour for othering for bothering annoys me Your need to hide your insecurities Is not more important than our need to be safe

The Shadow

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Hovering over your every moveDarkness shroudedLying in waitTo pounce on the unsuspecting To raise a storm tideFor a wrong word, a look, a smileFor a letter missingFor an idea incompleteFor independent thoughtFor a rumour taken as truthFor truth taken as lieFor a molehill perceived as an elephant The shadow is stuck in front of the mirrorFixatedConcealer to hide the marksA fragile mask of normalcy Not to be seenNot to be knownNot to be found out […]