Poems by silvershoes

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

  • We carve curved lines in the sand with
    dead twigs of a sycamore...

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

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

  • I stayed awake to see the first sun rise without...
    how else would I be sure another day existed...

  • Red (7) 6 WIN

    My thoughts of you are red.
    Not the flare of passion or tender hues of...

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

  • At night, I drift among stars in an ether that is...
    Cobbled stairs twist before me in this strange...

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

  • The exasperated sigh of a father is not like other...
    His disappointment hits me like a jo...

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

  • Yes. (7) 6

    I told them if I lose him too, I will die
    Because these are the threads that bind me whole...