The scientist Did you see usback at the start?born from the shattered darkof waves at night rising from the car crashour fragments leapingreforming in the airstarlings shrouding the sky the windscreen of our eyesfrosted with fracturesfeathering the brightnessof the returned to world our thinned heartscrisscrossed with cracksblood loss through the chinksslow us this time holding... Continue Reading →
Rolled over A song whispered on the draft slipped under the door dawn fractures the curtains my heartbeats surfacing to your handflooding the cracks in your palm the wind like a lover rolls over on the shore taking the tide with them ... Continue Reading →
The last Christmas tree Wrapped in shadows leaning in the cornerno frozen fireworktangles my branches a washed up angelsnagged on my spire drips like an old raincoatsoot sprayed insidethe blown bulb of it's halobut fire still threadsmy skeleton in the morningjust for a momentas the Christmas sun touches my tip like a sparkler I'm lit... Continue Reading →
Apologies posted slightly too early, new edited version.
At dawn or dusk when the world is hushedand the silence is sparkingthe low light reveals your fingerprintsglowing gently goldon the glass of the windowtheir fine lace touching the reflection of my face
My attempt at a festive poem from last year. Snowman I was conceived in flightmy first thought crystallized in skyI collected themtill I had a snowball for a brainmy body rolled into existencehead and torso collided like cometsfinished I'm all head and stomachno lungs or heart or genitaliayet they call me a manmore evolved insectraised... Continue Reading →