National Poetry Month Day 9: Revival Tents

A touch of the controversial with today's poem. Image by Manfred Antranias Zimmer from Pixabay Revival Tents Hallelujah, my children!Today, we have congregatedto attend the word of our LordBut first our coffers must be sated Step up, your preacher speaks,Heaven will be your final rewardBut first our coffers must be satedto attend the word of our Lord Praise... Continue Reading →

National Poetry Month – Day 25: Transmogrification

Today's prompt was transmogrification and the form attempted was a mirrored refrain. Original image by Grae Dickason from Pixabay  Transmogrification The journey of society beginswith hope of potential sublimeLost in a sea of indifferent facesbroken by the turning of time Slights and barbs reflectinsincere fundamental graces,broken by the turning of timeLost in a sea of indifferent faces Stumbling,... Continue Reading →

#NationalPoetryMonth Day 16: Infinity, Divinity, Virginity

My poem for Day 16 of National Poetry Month. Take it as you will...   Infinity, Divinity, Virginity   Roaring against the predictable pawing at fate’s forgone affinity and heaven’s call in starry reign, from infinity, divinity, virginity   Damaged by that careless cut branded with an abiding stain From infinity, divinity, virginity and heaven’s... Continue Reading →

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