Category Archives: UDPS

Another Kind of Book

The cover of darkness held you for a reason fighting the light away What is more painful than fearing life or more hurtful than being permeated by fright To choose numbness as a shelter a self-made guardian an angel saviour … Continue reading

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Haunted

I came to the desert, to find the ghosts here were not mine. The streets were pure, the sand bleached clean. Too soon I watched the lighthouse crumble, as I walked a street strewn with red feathers. Clockwork scorpions crawled … Continue reading

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Victims together

I saw marks on her legs, knew I was not alone. Too dull blades birthing bright blood, checkerboard scars on dull pale flesh. Moans, once cries, now sanitized to hide forced shame.

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Dark Dreams

look, look deep into your eyes behind the color blue ______rimed with darkness a nebula world, one few know few care, few will ever see in twilight, your eyes open letting in the nights shadows _______shadows that fill you shadows … Continue reading

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In The Garden

an apple once picked long ago in summer by her hand she must know knowledge within darkness fills the world

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The Aftermath: A horse and man

Oh, Great steed with silk hair white graced with beauty pranced in moonlight bears no spiraling horn or wings to fly earthbound hoofs, incapable of flight Adorned with crown the rider takes mount dreams of triumph neglected to surmount carries … Continue reading

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