Category Archives: Poetry
Upon the battlefield I hear his piercing cry of pain. These sounds, they stab my soul Again and again… As bloody bayonets Spear pure hearts of truth. While the bullets fall like rain And men fall on Death’s fatal tooth. … Continue reading
He cries to the heavens from Earth, “Shamed is the man who cannot be without her!” He yells to hell from peace, “Greedy is the woman who steals the man’s heart and takes what she will from his home!” He … Continue reading
My lover’s lips are beautiful, Their face like chiseled marble. My lover’s eyes are soft and warm, Their hair falls as curtains of silk. My lover’s laugh is tinkling bells, Their sorrow is short-lived. But one thing rules, My lover’s … Continue reading
The fire on thy lover’s lips, Is measured in the frantic heartbeats Of thy lover’s heart.
Roses are red. Violets are blue. And yes, All of this is true. But what you cannot see with eyes, Is what forces our goodbyes.
The mountains so high, The oceans so deep. In these places, I hear lovers weep. For a time that passes, Along the wind. These, the times, when we had not Sinned.
Wise faces look upon the battlefield, Their eyes as fire; A fatal desire To be free.
When the world spins so fast That we fear we’ll be thrown Far off into space Cold and alone… When we must dig so deep To find strength in our heart To make sure we stay grounded And find a … Continue reading
With a rainbow I’ll see your smile In birdsong I’ll hear your laugh In my heart I’ll feel your friendship And thus, we’ll never part…