Category: Poetry

Lukewarm

Your lover’s voice sounds like water Pounding upon rocks Filled to the brim with Polemics and counterpoints Swift, stabbing, centered Overcoming your line of defense Which was a fake calmness….that Has always been easily shook up Forcing you downstream As if you had a…

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Written By Arial Calibri

Fonts are a form of Haiku. Bold, Italics, underline Are metaphors for emphasis. Saving, printing are symbolists An accidental delete can anger me…I Can be caught digging in the trash For a bottle deposit kind-of-file That inspires the next Ghazal of text. But the…

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Meeting The Family

I meet your family. The toothless, the fairy The hobbit, and the biker. And I don’t know why I feel at home While needing to escape To the library   You meet my family. The munchkin, the brain The witch, and the calculator. And you…

Immortal Bricks

Underneath the bridge Old bricks still hold the street Together, as they did Inside a younger city. They’re unaffected by wind Weather fronts, the rolling Of heavy tires, the burn Of the city’s pangs We had walked On them as others had… where Train…

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