Category Archives: Poetry

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Anne Boleyn

A crown And books For reformation Reformed you A king A church A guttural cry Gutted you Small worth A kingdom Power taken Overpowering you Just a crown And books For a bloody reformation Reformed you (c ) Helen Valentina … Continue reading

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Planetary

Stars falling, dying Planetary stillness And frenetic force Align It’s true Even the birds can’t see Careening into view Into you Hemispheres shifting Realignment Birthing worlds Anew A view Only your heart can see Everything askew Within you A view … Continue reading

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Winter

Winter falls He walks alone Down pathways known Only to him Snow blasts Across tired eyes Blinding, dull Deep surprise Rugged up In animal skin He holds the cold Deep within Winter falls He walks alone Down pathways known Only … Continue reading

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Days

I have traveled these bleak expanses For days, my throat parched and my lips dry and cracked Sheltering my body as best I can From relentless sun and sand filled wind Battering my face Looking for something, anything, in this … Continue reading

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Colour

You can be any colour Little one Any glorious hue Under the sky and sun You can paint yourself In glitter and gold You can sing and dance Hear every story told You can be any colour Little one You … Continue reading

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Reading

Open the book So wonderful Every dream you could Ever, ever have Strewn across the pages Wondrous words Giving you the world entire Lighting just The smallest fire In your soul Take a look So wonderful Every story held within … Continue reading

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Mother Moon

Mother moon Tending to her children Aquatic Steady gaze Nurturing Chaos into life Dark into light This wonderful night Mother moon Softly avenging Cruelty Of man here On ancient ships Searching for life Blinding their sight This wonderful night Mother … Continue reading

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She

She Was too wild For this little world Yet Never a child Never a little girl She Bathed in pure light Shone like a falling star Yet Even in darkest night Never fell too far She Sang her sweet song … Continue reading

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Gabriel

And he said rejoice Great tidings do I bring A prophecy An offering And music heralded across the sky One time One long, long time ago Now he plays on city streets He cries rejoice To every stranger that he … Continue reading

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The Butterfly Stone – Out Now

Originally posted on Rambles, writing and amusing musings:
“DON’T LET THE SHADOW TOUCH YOU.” Beware! Something is after Tracey Masters, a Mage-kind teen in a mostly non-magical world—a world where people like Tracey are often feared, and oppressed. Add to…

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