Tag Archives: Winter

A Pocket of Pennies – A Poem

Central Park packed Winding paths lined With grey gritty snow Morning dressed In black lined coats And leather briefcases Bustle about in a rush To get someplace – Ten minutes ago Thick chain gold Watches glanced at – Synchronized chaos … Continue reading

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Black Ice – A Poem

Introduction: This was written while listening to Lindsey Stirling’s “Crystallize”. What an amazing piece. Truly inspiring. Dragging fire Ever so slowly Etching ice– I write with glowing Golden embers In careful scrapes And figure eights Smoother now Becoming script And … Continue reading

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