Tag Archives: Poetry

Untitled Poem

It’s madness in my mind,
with bloodstained sheets
and daydreams of red wine,
tablets to tongue so sweet.

None of it makes sense,
the longings for touch,
the pain, the pleasure – wince,
oh the dream’s too much.

I can feel her breath,
hot against the side of my ear,
razor stained by my death,
with a doe-eyed look of fear.

She’s here, she’s there…where?
So close, so far, her candy kiss,
beg for forever, oh don’t dare!
Her arms, locked around me – I miss!

She’s life and death, my heart’s desire,
my angel, my demon, the mirror’s reflection,
a marvelous tragedy fueling my fire,
I’m only half post dissection…


Free (My Poetic Justice)

I’m free…

…free of your hate, your games

…free from your toxic insanity

…free from your jealousy, your resentment

…free from the disgust when you look at me

…free of my own crucifixion by your hand

…free from you making me the enemy, the liar

…free from your stabs, your sharp tongue, your accusations

…free from your denial in making this child hate herself

…free from you making me feel worthless

…free from your better-than-thou attitude

…free from your Jesus and your bond to Him as if He would justify your abuse

…free from you the manipulator, the tormentor, the abuser

…free from your hands and eyes, I remember

…free from the blinds that kept me from the truth

…free from you, my sister

I’m free…