Tag Archives: Prague


September 29, 2007


My stomach burns With the quaking tide, When you play with my toes, When you tickle my pride. Take me away To your far away land, Buried like dust In the prints of your hand, Where your smile doesn’t crack, And fade, Before the hours Draw into days. I lay in the bed Of a […]

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June 21, 2007


Hunger conquers. Love considers. As life concedes and pain bewilders. Anguish strips us of our shielding. Cold. Relentless. Ever-wielding. Yet we let the anguish pass Forget, and hide amongst the mass. Even I who swore to never Seek cold comfort, cruel forever; Even I found yellow rest, In the days upon my nest, Long descended […]

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The Children

June 17, 2007


The children of the shadows stepped With pointed toes and daunted breath Across the shadows of the streams, Deep with death and melted dreams. We watched the lightning cross the sky The last heat of the last hard sigh, And let our feet fall to the stones. We drowned the chilling undertones, Escaped into the […]

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The Stones

June 16, 2007

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It is the air that holds you down In this senselessly beloved town, While piercing frost deep ‘neath our bones… Beware of how you touch the stones Who pave the street; enslave your feet; Entrance the lost who pass above them, Till you over-glorify and love them, Till every tourist we once hated Is un […]

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December 6, 2006


The lace that I wore at my ankle is lost. Rose petals froze into gold… with the frost At our fingers, our toes, our words, and my smile, And the black-footed hedgehog tells me I’m a child. I turned my face quietly up toward the sky, With no urge to crumble. No need to ask […]

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