I am a novelist/screenwriter swimming upstream against the violent currents of life. Fighting the usual obstacles every writer has to confront; rejected queries, distractions, loneliness, editing, writer's block, and NEEDING to have my voice heard.
kiss my melancholy kiss my regrets silence them forever like a never told vignette kiss my yesterdays bid them all adieu the illusions I cherished the dreams that never came true kiss my pain caress my history come unfold my heart like a tender origami
my love we envy the beach as we listen to an aria of the sea against the shore an ensemble of French kisses are the gentle prelude to the acoustics of our love behind closed doors we perform a delicate concerto the world will never know a moonlight sonata we are violin and bow
No poem today. I wanted to let everyone know I am settled into my new home. Since I am catching up with blog reading and replying to comments, I won’t post a poem today to speed up my process.
Also, would like to announce Monday and Thursday will continue to be my days for posting poetry, but I will occasionally add a third (commentless) post in the week to post photos or share random thoughts.
And since I am often asked about what inspires me, I may be posting musical posts or videos with my poems. Music has always been my companion during lonely times.
Have a gorgeous week. Be back on Thursday with a new poem.
we lay on a lonesome beach tides shift between reality and fantasy red lips kiss the yesterday we never had as we dream of eternity fireflies illuminate the night forming horoscopes foretelling no promises of tomorrow
our eyes express things our mouths will never see the moonless sky torments our love is an unborn child who was never meant to be
it’s happening again I awakened to the overture of a familiar verse as vivid as a reocurring dream radiant rays of words came in waves blessing every pulse of my dawnless heart with resuscitating poetry
basking in the beautiful warmth of a never ending déjà vu today I fell in love again and again when a poem reminded me of you