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Poetry By On January 3, 2018

The Shoreline and You

We walk along the shoreline I pick up seashells looking for the perfect one. I tell you I’m looking for the prettiest one But really I just want another memento to remember you by when I’m alone in my room late at night and in need of an extra little piece of you. -Sept 2017

Poetry By On December 26, 2017

Dreadful Goodbyes

I could kiss you all day long but I never want to kiss you goodbye. We could spend the whole day together or the whole week but when it’s time to leave it’s like we were never together long enough. Just another minute or hour, I plead. Tell me I’ll see you again later this week. -Sept 2017

Poetry By On November 13, 2017

You Asked If I’d Ever Live in a Lighthouse

I worry that my eagerness might scare you away that I’ll jinx us by believing in a future so blindly or play the fool once again, falling alone ignoring any rough waters saying I should have known better by now, but I’m willing to make a deal. I’ll be a fool for you if you’ll be the same for me…

Poetry By On September 25, 2016

Ocean Blues and You

I have responsibilities and chores to do but my mind keeps bringing me back to you like the ocean always returning to the shore. You come over and lie in my bed, vulnerable only when you choose. Experience has taught you, you cannot be kept safe under anyone’s care but your own. You leave before the Midnight Moon or I…