All I Know

All I know are the ruffles of a feather descending from a swallow's wing from the transfer of wind howling in the night's mating call. A fallen feather to crash on cold earth a sway down with the acute angle of gravity seesawing its way through midair. If I can fall like this feather from… Continue reading All I Know

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Rainbow Bend

I dive into the Rainbow Bend, a bend of lights mimicking your eyes beneath waterfalls of blue river green earth red fire orange sun and purple splashes of sunset clouds. A colorful world spent in the bend of our river boats traveling with leaping fishes escaping the grasps of bear claws, we are free with… Continue reading Rainbow Bend

Vintage Spots

                    Polaroid pictures hang like self-portraits painted and drawn with a yellow tint of coffee stains aging youth in slow-motion with the light of vintage spots. Spot-on with a shot of light reflecting a subtle smile, fashion cannot smile in professional settings with yellow stains or… Continue reading Vintage Spots

Lighthouse

Turn violet light to the direction of the sea shattering ships on ruby-pressed lips. Sailors are drawn to pearl white-tower of sirens singing to the tune of scratched nails against roaring waves violently crashing and receding into a column of sharpened shell shards on shore. Sailors swim in burgundy waters and their cold bones clatter… Continue reading Lighthouse

Be Spiritual, NOT Religious

When I tell people that I'm a Christian, they think I'm religious. I'm so religious that I go to church every Sunday, only listen to cheesy "I love Jesus" songs, and hate those who don't follow what I believe in. I'm a person that is untouchable to the secular world. Someone they can't be themselves… Continue reading Be Spiritual, NOT Religious