The mighty Upatoi stands a sight For every warrior to behold. Her lofty banks and subtle creeks Stand firm from forever days of old. Unrelenting, total pursuit To flow from East to West. Her waters move to places None could accurately attest. Victoriously persistent Around barriers she is. Every obstacle in her path Is… Continue reading her mighty, the upatoi
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I wish you would have said something before It escalated to this point we're at. If only I'd have known your heart at war I might've been able to help combat. Alas I knew no thing at all was wrong You left me thinking all was well with you. So with normality I went along… Continue reading Forgive This Hurt
60 second poetry.
My favorite tree is a Walnut Tree. Their leaves are small and round and they fan out along the length of each branch. The gray bark of their trunks lay in vertical elongated rows that overlap one another. They selfishly soak up the sun’s light and reflect a warm, bright green color. Their bitter citrusy scent propagates… Continue reading Walnut Tree
A place where I am joyful is no place at all, not a nook or a stream, nor a silent yard. This contentment comes and away it goes, But no place is there that can silent my woes. I do not delight in leaves changing in Fall, Nor am I glad in Winter, with Hell is it… Continue reading Entity of Love