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National Poetry Month – Day Three: Poetry Flows Like Water

We enter day three, and today’s prompt was Poetry Flows Like Water.Here’s the poem I created. It’s a cascade form. Poetry Flows Like Water Words flow like water,staining stark black on whiteas the poetry fills the page The tide of ink surgesinfinite patterns of… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day Three: Poetry Flows Like Water”

Horror Haiku Pas de Deux

My second book of horror poetry is published! The ebook is now available on Amazon and Smashwords for pre-order with an official release date of October 1st. It will be up on other online retailers shortly, with the print version to follow soon.  Here’s… Continue Reading “Horror Haiku Pas de Deux”

National Poetry Month: Angel Wings

  Angel Wings   Infinity touching shadows, grace walks among the broken and hope whispers over woes Infinity touching shadows with mercy as the thorn’s rose humanity come in kind words spoken Infinity touching shadows, grace walks among the broken © A. F. Stewart… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month: Angel Wings”

National Poetry Month: Pretty Lil’ Horses

Pretty Lil’ Horses   Pretty horses Running free from one fence to the next and in the barn come sunset warm hay fresh oats same tomorrow   Pretty horses Running wild along the windswept shore and sea those roaming nomads, rough and untamed blowing… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month: Pretty Lil’ Horses”

National Poetry Month: Black Narcissus

Today begins my annual participation in National Poetry Month where I write a poem a day for the month of April.  So here’s today’s offering… Black Narcissus   Velvet and ebon petals hide all those evening tear stains in the shadows of the past… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month: Black Narcissus”