Tag Archives: ocean
We fade in on a girl, illuminated onlyby a broken-open moon. She sits alone on a beach with her fingers wrapped around a pen, her toes in sand. The ocean is our only sound-track. She leans her head back and lets … Continue reading
The moon’s got a river of promise running through her milky skin, a vein of waning soul. I’ve got a fallen-scar wish that says she’s willing to die for that ocean. And really, aren’t we all just bodies of water … Continue reading
… Please, fold me over into the map, and take me to the sea. .. This one snuck out, too.
.. Tell the sky she’s bold and beautiful and vast and strong. Tell the ocean she’s got someplace else to go. Tell the world we’ve got a song to sing to all these spaces, broken places stitched together with ash … Continue reading
.. , she leans on the in -accurate knowledge of kelp, the forbidden deep of un -certain wayward crustacean foes who always find a way to pinch her toes. she’s in the throes of long lost vows, the way she … Continue reading
:: the sun slips low past ocean tongue, and the crimson-stung sea swallows deep. :: .. PAD, day 23.
play magnetic poetry here.
… If (perchance) you see her just out and about flouting the fin -ality of all, the spin and swim of be -ginnings and blendings, do not be amazed dis/Mayed or chaos-crazed by her bare and intricate deep, the quiet … Continue reading
“Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of each.” — Henry David Thoreau .. We wish for truth in shades of black and white. It comes … Continue reading
Play magnetic poetry here. (I upload mine as screenshots.)