“in(sanity),” a short, twisty, avant-garde poem about insanity. An upside-down world and how it feels to hurtle towards the brink…
Browse Original Poetry
“The Wanderers,” a villanelle poem drawing inspiration from J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings and, specifically, the departure of the elves.
Three short haiku poems, titled “Fireflies,” “Morning Glory,” and “Dusk.” All are nature-themed with nature-inspired imagery.
“The Piping for the Flocks / The Wanderer,” a composite of two poems — one drawn from The Lord of the Rings and the other from the Book of Deborah.
“In the Name of Love,” a short love poem weaving modified lyrics of “The Gift of Love” into an original poem about the nature of love.
“A Shadow,” a short love poem. Exploring love and partnership within a high-powered relationship. Tells a story that carries through life.
“I Do Not Know,” a short poem about love, loving, commitment, and the meaning of trust. Sea imagery. Dedicated to the one I love.
“The Moon,” a short poem. An attempt at emulating the horror style of the fantastic Edgar Allan Poe. Includes moon and crow motifs.
“The Dilemma,” a short poem about the clash between lone-wolf-ery and family life. Are they in opposition? Do they have to be in opposition?
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