Poetry

love, an addiction (excerpt from upcoming poetry collection)

Starring at the moon a cold night looming hiding in shadows; cowardly actions. far away like June wont find much blooming ‘round these parts of town. Love—an addiction.

Starring at the moon a cold night looming 

hiding in shadows; cowardly actions.

Far away like June wont find much blooming 

‘round these parts of town. Love—an addiction. 

Lux, running through veins, head spins from the race

expensive like drug warmed lightly on spoon. 

Was only ever scared to fall from grace,

sins too fade away, washed in the monsoon.

Relapse, thoughts of you, dreams to float away. 

Waking next to you a little less blue

from chasing thunder and more clouds of grey. 

Asking the moon to carry me through;

Light the path ahead, by the river bend

as I push ahead hoping to amend.

Excerpt from my upcoming poetry collection Wonderlust and City Dust available October 21st, 2020.

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