Fog – A Poem

Cloud cloaks the houses And dims the sun’s light To calm every being To a quiet so still that Not a leaf quivers On spindly branches Holding frozen reflections Patiently waiting To bear the image Of tentative whispers Under blankets Hushed by soft silky Fog fingers caressing lips In a home that’s bright But feels…

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A letter to today

Dear today, You are my favourite day. Although I don’t have much to choose from when it comes to picking favourites because you’re the only one that really exists. All the yesterdays that recount my existence and the infinite tomorrows or next weeks or next years that could possibly be, are nothing but projections in…

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Predictive text poems

Anyone who has ever read poetry will know the types of poems that exist. There are the poems that are fairly straightforward and make perfect sense in every way. There are some that still make sense but in a more abstract way. Perhaps they are just a giant metaphor, but grammatically they still make sense.…

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