Poems by silvershoes

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  • Crawling across the cement then
    spindling from a web of...

  • Wet cement wreaks of
    newspapers and cigarettes...

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

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

  • Leapt forth into the burning flames
    The steed ripped in his reigns...

  • Barely did her feet graze the cool green tips of...
    Drawing near her humble cottage, latent high on...

  • Dexter (3)

    I wrapped you neatly up in a
    cellophane coat...

  • The crisp night air kisses my skin,
    As I creep into bed with tired eyes...

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

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

  • Swinging from a deadwood branch
    with crosses planted in...

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