Poems by silvershoes

Sort by : 
  • Do you think the moon longs for the earth; longs
    to kiss his rolling hills...

  • She carries with her oceans;
    salty waves that when left alone...

  • Time is slipping from
    my hands, such that...

  • It was a decade ago at the bay of youth.
    We ventured to salty waters on stony shores...

  • Rest your weary eyes on my shoulder
    Wrap my arm around your heaving chest...

  • It snows down lonely mountain.
    Somehow the wind has brought me here...

  • You walked too close to the fire, orange boy,
    but I loved the smell of smoke on your warm fur...

  • When we missed you,
    we used to sing...

  • Midnight's in bloom for the first time,
    but it's wilting, and I'm...

  • I do not know if when looking upon him
    she sees the face of a man...

  • Then you leaned in, two inches from
    my bloodless face...

  • Apple (14)

    Dangling, sagging
    beneath your own weight...