Little lights on the narrow path linked together in one place. See your profile in the shadows cast never turning to my face. Shattered nothings falling fast on a deafened ear. Pressing flowers in an old book catching moments that are lost. Don’t you know that they’re dead though? Death for beauty is the cost.Continue reading “Sower”
Away from imbroglios and brouhahas To the torpid shorelines Of oleaginous waves Awash from dread and doubt Brings forth a pulsing sorrow Overwhelmed by drowning blues Of sea and sky and burning sand Of land-bound winds and crashing wake In tranquility life is muted Gulls spin on a mobile Star-shaped shadows flit across the sandContinue reading “Harbour (Bare)”
Sun up – The lily flowers open sweetly. The stillness of the day insects betray. Silent birds perch brooding in the shade; In undergrowth the sweating lizards lay.
Spake again, Leviathan, “Why comest thou to me?”
Written below is an exclusive poem – one that encompasses an entire chapter of Tenebrae Manor. Read at your own discretion; there are minimal spoilers if you have not yet read Tenebrae Manor. Entitled Juniper, the poem entails the protagonist Bordeaux and his journey through a foreign land. Influenced by epic poems such as IliadContinue reading “A Poem – Juniper”