By Charles Robert Lindholm I love breaking rules and hearing conformists scream as I am laughing Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm - The Reluctant Poet All Rights Reserved - Please Come Visit My Archives!
Credit: Toa Heftiba via Unsplash. I am a wildfire, A star that effervesces and multiplies; Miracle of light. Seeking love despite, for my innate wildness. I am a wildfire, And untamed with light despite, Treacherous treks through crumbling peaks, Shadows of the dimmest valley's bleak. Glowing through the vast unbroken wilderness. I am a wildfire, … Continue reading Poem: Free Verse – “Wildfire” #amwritingpoetry #godoggocafe
By Charles Robert Lindholm Poetry = Words that love ambiguity Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm - All Rights Reserved
“I wish to weep but sorrow is stupid. I wish to believe but belief is a graveyard.” ― Charles Bukowski And what makes you a true believer and ardent keeper of the faith followers of all the rules a reader of all the verses of all books of faith Reading them all Till you bleed from … Continue reading True Believer-Megha Sood
burning water still marks the way home though that is not the path I travel today by uncharted night do I go motionless movement a note of fluidity diachronic changes in synchronic nuance the language we share is not known here a purpose in thought one million yesterdays caught twixt our toes on the shores … Continue reading After Hours: Uncharted Night-Olde Punk (RamJet Poetry) & Christine Ray (Brave and Reckless)
THE LAND OF THE FREE AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE BY CHARLES ROBERT LINDHOLM How free are the free How brave are the brave In America today? Have we learned our lessons From the past Or are we doomed To repeat our errors, again? Have we learned nothing From the mass killing Of Native … Continue reading A MESSAGE TO AMERICA ON MARTIN LUTHER KING’S BIRTHDAY