A Woman

The light of her avatar in a dark sky.  Throwing rose petals into the dirty cracks of the sidewalks glimmering upward to the heavenly spheres.  A spirit flowing down the echoey halls of a golden castle.  The life in death she’ll reflect to beautiful gardens cascading beyond her.  Suns afire in the waning light and the promise of a returning day.  Eternal glances of beauty kept within the smile she graces her courtiers with.  Dances in speechless remembrance, the celebratory goblet held in sanctimonious offering.  A petal on the face, the hard prick forgotten.  Longing for the light to fight away its counterpart.  In purity of raven’s wings spread to fly, the dynasty of love come forth.

Caustic Nightmares

How I’ve felt when the chain

Is undone,

Then linked to the Other.

 

She floats through the

Mind’s backdrop,

A disturbing vision.

 

What he’ll say to cut me off,

The anger stirring.

 

I’ll sigh in regret,

Pinned to my death’s

Wish.

 

How the days will

Prolong themselves,

Filtered into caustic

Nightmares.

Wandering Beyond Starlight

As you are far,

So I am near.

In revelation,

Wandering beyond starlight.

 

A voice familiar,

Kept in my unconscious

Spindle.

 

So close you’ve

Come to

Knowing,

Yet tracks split

In seething fury.

 

Restless lovers

On the rusted

Wings

Yearning to take off

Into night.

 

Your glassy eyes

An indicator,

The bottomless orbs

Of everlasting traces.

 

A tip of the hat,

The call to flight,

Raven’s beak

A soft sounding

Recollection

Of our time in

An infinitely marked earth.