Street Walker

Her broken feet swollen in cracking worn shoes Tread far through the waves of similar houses The walker seeks those willing to listen Wisdom passed down directly from Solomon Secret words and rich hidden stories Lost to modern calloused clueless hearts Minds full of science with no room for wonder Lives busy, noisy, distracting, sad … Continue reading Street Walker

The First Day

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. All matter was formless and void. A tiny pinprick bursting with potentiality. Even time was born in the space of an instant. From nothing the cosmos was thrust out suddenly. It was catastrophe, cacophony, a symphony of chaotic noise collisions. Smashing atoms blasted through the … Continue reading The First Day

Unmorning Person

When I wake the dreams still cling tightly Their lovely tentacles pulling, caressing my brain Sleepy thoughts swirling cloudy, gentle As I climb out of bed and reassemble slowly The pieces of those dream-worlds remain Visions of impossible beauty sentimental Coming down from the transcendental Sunlight crashes in and burns the feelings that remain Morning … Continue reading Unmorning Person