Andromeda

Naked and Chained Against the rock -- a sacrifice; What barbaric punishment Has set you here?   I suppose the sea god desires His Cetus to devour The nakedness Forced upon you.   Your vulnerability speaks, And my ears want to listen; Why are we punished For the actions of others?   I find myself… Continue reading Andromeda

Advertisements

A Perpetual Harmony

Remember when the CD player skipped that night? The rabbits ran across the road as our breath floated in the air – The car was so damn cold! Our hearts beat so damn fast! And we laughed insanely into the night.   The guitar riffs blared While the snow drifts ensnared The worn out tires… Continue reading A Perpetual Harmony

The Glow Of The Television

By: Logan Arey Blank and Blank laid in bed with the television on after pleasing each other sexually. Blank went down on Blank, and Blank went down on Blank. Sleeping, Blank's arm was around Blank, and Blank's arm was also around Blank. They laid there – still, not a movement except for the shifting colors… Continue reading The Glow Of The Television

City Lights

The city lights battle against the stars. And rain trickles down, blending with her tears. Dissonant screams from out of tune guitars. And God is weeping, I'd wasted her years.   I had expressed love, she did not retreat. Actions obliged, bonding this realism. Her heart broke, leaving her cries in the street. Rainbow in… Continue reading City Lights

Our March Together

It's as if we've marched together. . .   Embrace each other – drum rolls forever. That blissful kiss before we knew The words we'd say, “I love you.”   Our footprints mark the concrete – An etch in stone made with our feet – That show the path of a long journey With hands… Continue reading Our March Together

A Moment

There she is. Standing in our kitchen. That sweet scent of vanilla that she wears wafts, moving its pungent body like a beautiful scene from the Cirque De Soleil; dynamic, acrobatic, enigmatic, but I don't care because it touches my sense in a way...   She loves the Kings of Leon. I move toward the… Continue reading A Moment