Category Archives: Unrequited Love

Mistletoe

its a power of good i give thee i am Mistletoe the thrush took me to where you be right into the flow sharing sap most fortunate for I am evergreen an oak would have been wonderful but the blackthorn … Continue reading

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ALban Elfed

The light of the water Splash and tumble Out of grey skies thermal Skin The second harvest’s True abundance The wheel of life Ofcourse did spin Equal days and nights upon us Feast of gathering Earthly fruits Reap and heap … Continue reading

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Another day

I shall not ever Leave my room Again My car can rot and rust And i will write For evermore In the wisdom of my disgust Punched and hurt in every way Only my words Are now in play She … Continue reading

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