Misok | on my own two feet Tautuk | that I am different Tamatsiatik | they watch with their eyes, own burdens It is okay, asinnepuk. We do not need to be one to keep […]
you don’t feel the night like I do it’s silk between my fingers it’s home without the walls I can be here with this empty space beside me – inside me and I am not afraid […]
break before bending devoured by the hunt this city sleeps, we just miss it caught inside the tolerable life we become reflections staring back at ourselves in store windows – in puddles the night knows this […]
you are so well read no sonnet is as well put together as you are, the reason for my patience the reason I can take this you are so well read well versed; I see […]
they build the dam or don’t we’re damned anyway our confidence like the spring in May (melting) this back and forth the rising tides above our heads how can you rest inside your bed (peacefully) […]
i watched as 11:11 walked by on the clock hesitating every few seconds with a wish on the tip of my tongue holding back, holding on 11:12 became a new story, i couldn’t wish that […]
to be the Sea; the self centered brown dirt – round earth i’m here and i’m breathing and i wish it were enough it bothers me how painfully capable you are of breaking me. M.
This month in 2004, Kevin Major visited my high school. Kevin Major is a well known Canadian author who wrote such gems as Hold Fast, Blood Red Ochre, The House of Wooden Santas and many […]
don’t love me back i’m asking because i need this. my heart is a crackling birch and you, our breath in winter. we were born on a cold, lifeless day becoming not quite terrible you, […]
i hide my true colors under the generous moon we bathe in the same light but we’re not the same nowhere near you are playing the part near the end, before we begin, we walk […]
we just keep breaking our lives becoming uneven slide back to simple M.
I’m going out on all of the smallest limbs here assuming your love M.
how quickly the night the speckled frost captivates me and steals the cold air M.
lean in all the way remember what love feels like don’t be afraid, jump M.
Another poem from the page 29, select 10 words, use 7 of them exercise. Words chosen: Ancient Experience Tribal Direction Frozen Modern Posterity Taken Magic Native In the name of posterity we stand frozen […]
I found this writing prompt on a website last night during a poetry writing exercise. Go to page 29 in the nearest book to you. Choose 10 words. Use 7 of those words and create […]