where’s the nearest chair electrical? my nerves death by torture? my brain these memories, these inconsistencies I’m hot, then cold, tired of the young and the old way of doing things, this life, these times death by choice, sexy suicide everybody’s grasping for the clitoris thinking they’ve found they key to happiness but they’re jacking … Continue reading Imagining Peace, Documenting Reality-Devereaux Frazier
Check out this tree. It's a truth-telling tree. See her colors? The deep magenta, the rosy pink, and almost white. The truth she's sharing is about you and me. I think we all agree, our integrity important. Our yesses yes and noes no. The self we present to the world is known as whole and … Continue reading THROWBACK FRIDAY: Truth-Telling Tree, By Donna Matthews
jibber jabber, does it matter? whether infotainment or entertainment intended to flatter or merely to blather liar, liar, pants on fire insipid words they expired cleansing dog-eared pages cheered on by selfie faces peeps muddle spoken word bestir the already blurred liar, liar, pants on fire do you believe in what you believe approval in … Continue reading Throwback Friday – Dusting off – Eugenia
By Charles Robert Lindholm Fools Will Believe Another Fool's Lies Instead Of Searching for Truth Copyright © Charles Robert Lindholm - The Reluctant Poet All Rights Reserved - Please Come View My Archives!!
Truth-Telling Tree Check out this tree. It’s a truth-telling tree. See her colors? The deep magenta, the rosy pink, and almost white. The truth she’s sharing is about you and me. I think we all agree, our integrity important. Our yesses yes and noes no. The self we present to the world is known as … Continue reading THROWBACK FRIDAY: Truth-Telling Tree
Thank you Davy D for serving as this piece's inspiration recklessly she looked deep inside saw fire and ice in her heart smelled iron and cooper in her blood felt moon and ocean tides tug her soul knew the hum of words crawling under skin burning to escape knew herself a poet the shortsightedness of self-declared … Continue reading Throwback Friday: Recklessly She Declared Truth – Christine E. Ray
By Charles Robert Lindholm And the night cried With a shower of tears In torrents When it learned The truth about you That you were leaving Us for another Someone Something Somewhere The night Threw lightening Across the sky At the speed Of light And sobbed And yelled, “NO” With rolling thunder It threw hail … Continue reading THE NIGHT CRIED
By Charles Robert Lindholm The mirror shows me the things I don't want to know the truth about life Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm - The Reluctant Poet All Rights Reserved - Please Come Visit My Archives, Here And On My Blog!!
By Charles Robert Lindholm The feelings are raw unrippened with age not wanting to wait for time to tell the truth about them now seems like enough tomorrow seems so far away and forever's just a dream Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm - All Rights Reserved
By Charles Robert Lindholm Poetry = Publicly undressing the truth Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm, The Reluctant Poet - All Rights Reserved Come And Rummage In My Archives Here, And On My Blog!!