Category: Poetry

The Jaguar and the Butterfly

The tale of a warrior; the tale of a heart.

What to Say

Take me from this place, To the place where you go. Take me to a place Where lips stained with roses Excite my body, Ignite my soul, Where the Sun always rises and seizes control Of the pain that I feel as the cold takes its toll. Simply breathing but I’ll never know The taste of ...

The Fifth and Most Fleeting

Which sense can we delight in most, The one most oft forgotten? Whose beauty travels through the air; Reminders of begotten. Like a rose, she lingers. Fragrance speaks her story fair. The fullness of my mind and heart; The whole aroma of her hair. Like a bouquet bestowed upon me, Melodic circles in the air, ...

Sway and Rest

Insignificant; Might just be the correct word. Like a blade of grass. The sway and rest, and sway and rest; A slave to wind and rolling breeze. The eyes do not see play and jest, The sway and rest, following the trees: The grass that grows and grass we cut, We possess the blades that ...

To Say of Nothing

Back me not into a corner; For I will kick and scratch and bite. Give me not a route to run; For I will flee and never fight. Pay me not your best attention; For at best I find words fickle. Judge me not upon my actions; For I do not command a sickle. Give ...