Poems by silvershoes

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  • From the inside, becoming external
    Erupting anxiety devouring within...

  • Here, find me in my ruin
    where I lay beneath the frost...

  • That was not all they spoke of her
    in rippling recesses of anarchy...

  • One wish, if I had it, I would give it to you
    Two sides of a love, one false, one is true...

  • I love him more now,
    but I loved you more than I'll ever love...

  • Maybe I was the ocean, come crashing in,
    and you were the stream, undisturbed on a quiet...

  • Click clack went the horse down the cragged...
    Click clack went the horse, unhinged enslavement...

  • No, he is not a prince in full regalia,
    riches falling at his boots...

  • Hanging in the fissure of a whalebone,
    mourning songs like foghorns...

  • Father,
    Time's unraveled in a tangle of what's left...

  • I love you, possessively.
    I love you like a hot meal and a cold beer...

  • I was a disfigured fox,
    disappearing into a fog of dead wood and winter...