Month: December 2014

Residual

For what woe go I – For what woe go I unto the day? The day’s heat – A hot sun, The sun sets, the day is done For woe too ceases in due course, But as the eye of heaven shines too hot, So too does woe steal the day’s splendor through it’s might…

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Homefree

They told me home is where the heart is, So I roamed the world homeless and broken-hearted One person, You can let one person destroy you But that’s not all there is to life – For tonight I found myself under a rain splatted roof, Unsure and at ill-ease And no sooner had this feeling…

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Part Dos

How could you not have anxiety in this society – Two million advertisements telling you to buy this and you’ll be okay – Buy this and you’ll be liked too But no, Dear Boy, You’ve been lied to The horses do not whirr in the wind, The city breeze catches no daisies, And the old…

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Dear Boy

You’ve been searching for signs, Looking to the colors in her eyes to see if you can find the missing pieces of your life Because you know – There is a song in your heart that no one else knows And there’s a place in your soul where you rarely ever go There is a…

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A Pum Pum

Pum-pum, Barum pa-pum Soft and nervous, Pum-pum The heart scurries beneath the confines of your chest Fearfully fleeing like a field mouse, The pulse is at a Gazelle’s pace And the mind gives it’s chase, Pushing thoughts and words automatic Rolling the wagon on down the hillside, Fear pushing on down Down towards to the…

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D.O.T.D.K

This dock It’s run through my life like a river Spent every day in the summer of ’94 on it’s end Treble hook in hand, Hands trembling, Squeezing bits of white bread together – bait for my bait, Catching Smelt by hand, Should have smelled my hands Pulling Mussels off the pilings Orange and black…

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