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Poetry By On May 20, 2020

Questions

So many questions on my mind But I don’t ask because I fear the answers. Am I fooling myself if I wonder that’s maybe why you’ve stopped asking questions too?  

Poetry By On May 11, 2020

Does a Heart that Big ever feel too Heavy?

You give so much of yourself so freely. So freely, I wonder how there is any of you left. But you are bright, full, and soft.   I want to keep getting my fill of you All while telling you to guard your heart for once. There are pieces of you  in people that did not deserve you. But I…

Poetry By On April 24, 2020

The Way you smile at me

I can feel your smile on my kiss It’s so beautiful and big I wonder if your cheeks ache yet But it lights up my world  and I don’t ever want to cause it to stop   -Jan 2020

Poetry By On March 13, 2020

Are you going to stay this time?

I tried to avoid this Barricading the door. But I let you in through the window anyway. You left just as silently as you came. Two years later you’re knocking again But I can’t get hurt this time.  

Poetry By On March 9, 2020

First Touch

Wrap your arms around me and I’ll do the same with my thighs. First touch and your blood rushes in. One look from you  and my heart’s ready to break  free from its cage. You shiver when I kiss you there but our love will burn up these sheets.   -Nov 2019

Poetry By On March 2, 2020

Making Time

Memories of you swim in my mind as I gulp them down from my 3rd glass. I’ll flirt with someone else just because they remind me of you. My mind runs all day  but it always has time for you. Can’t you make time for me too?

Blogger By On February 26, 2020

News on my Third Collection

I had been modeling my previous collection formats by very excellent, well known Poets published by big name companies. As a new, small time, self published poet, that’s really not the best idea! Big publishers want more material from their poets, that’s not necessarily what the readers want. The industry is focused on markets and money. That’s not where my focus…

Poetry By On February 23, 2020

MOTHER KNOWS BEST

She’ll never know the young woman  she could have been if she didn’t  grow up under your hawk eye criticism. You talk about her big Italian nose and her spilled out thighs  as if that nose didn’t come from you and your mother. As if her first breathe wasn’t between yours.

Poetry By On February 21, 2020

Waiting on You

You’ve always gone at your own pace which leaves me hoping and waiting for you to finally want me as much as I have wanted you. Would you tell me  when it was time to let go?     -Oct 2019

Poetry By On February 18, 2020

 THE DUST FLIES IN OKLAHOMA

You come around long enough  just to let him down before your tires start spinning again. After the rubber burning smoke is gone you still leave him standing here alone again. The same tail lights have daunted his dreams Since he was just 5. He gave up hope long ago  that you would ever be any father of his.