bloggity blog, poetry

and yet he moved

I met him in a sleepy town Against a seaside shore At first he seemed oh so sweet Someone I could adore But it all changed so quickly Hopes dashed upon floor It was the feathers and beak, you see That I'd tried so desperate to ignore Please don't judge, hear me out This of… Continue reading and yet he moved

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After The End, bloggity blog

dead zone children

I sneak Tip toe sshhh Toes in dirt bare Dirty The water watcher Sleeps Night snarls echo Empty chamber tremble I can smell the blue The green The darkness of the pool The air is different down here Forbidden Only rations are allowed Only rations My lips crack When I smile these days Lizard tail… Continue reading dead zone children

bloggity blog, writing

the heart of a monster – part 3

My teeth were coming out to play like kids smelling what mummy is cooking in the kitchen. Running my tongue along their smooth surface, feeling their sharp-eagerness, I allowed him to lead me away into the night. "Don't worry, I know a short cut," he said as if I had asked. A light rain had… Continue reading the heart of a monster – part 3