Monthly Archives: April 2011

Sweet Surrender

She makes me cry. I watch her trace the scars that crisscross pale wrists, I want to lick them. Clean the wounds of her soul with my tongue, until she hurts no more. She needs me to be her strength, … Continue reading

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King of the Hill

Ryan Griffiths The Gnarly Oak King of the Hill Up on my hilltop Looking down on the bay; I see roads, houses, a bridge – All so far beneath me. Up here I am king Of that land below; From … Continue reading

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Demons

demons lie deep within far from the worlds light in darkness hell hounds from beneath sent to gather the lost demons full of hate tricks and black magic abound

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Night Vision

Night Vision Posted on March 20, 2011 by Cassiopeia Rises is it a dream that silent flash behind our eyes lingering still with the morning light a bit of darkness from our souls dreams, masters of nights sweet call fill our … Continue reading

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Cemetery Of Books

The book was thick and black covered with dust and cob webs as were the others in this cemetery of once remembered now lost books. He was allowed to take but one of the thousands surrounding him. As he touch … Continue reading

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The Void

ringing three times in dead of night the bells the bells the bells__peal moving between dark heavy hours sunless under a new moon silver black silver no where to turn caught in a labyrinth of time all hang on the … Continue reading

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Elusive Dreams

Elusive Dreams waking from deep sleep my eyes heavy with star dust I wish not to wake for in dreams my love is true elusive though he may be dream on my angel fill this empty heart with music cool … Continue reading

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