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WavesBeautiful waves,how well you hide.Pulled by the moon and gone with the tide.Secretive waves,what do you know?Turmoil above and stillness below.Frustrated waves,why do you foam?Small ones subdue the place I call home.Infinite waves,when will you die?Only when earth unites with the sky.Eternal waves,where will you go?Among the stars, to ebb and to flow.
Limbo LamentWhen the light [and] dark descend,and the world is gone...close your eyes, count to ten,you will be anon'.It's a place [of] silent sleep,life doth not remain.Yield to time, fade in deep,void of joy and pain.No regrets, failings left,sorrow disappeared;happiness, so bereft,good and evil mirrored.Nothing felt, not a word,apathetic reign,laughter's not something heardwhere there is no pain.
Lonely DisabilityWoe is I, such cruelty,none have come to claim me.Chained here since the start of fall,no one cares, no one at all.Once was found – now ever lostloyalty, too much the cost.Theft, neglect, suffered have I,torment from the callous sky,buried, frozen, cracked and thawed,left here, bound upon the rod...weary, broken, incomplete…ground beneath apathy's feet;crippled, crying, no one hearsall alone in cold and fear.Someone end my misery…no one's coming to claim me.
I don't want to grow up.... The sun was comfortably warm in the grove of trees that took up half of my 25-acre backyard. The light had traveled across the void between Sol and the Earth, through the cloud-sprinkled atmosphere, before darting through the leaves to create swaying, dappled patterns on my soft fur coat. Curled up into a boneless ball under the trees is the best spot to be during days like this; but my orange and black stripes were getting toasty, so I unraveled myself and stretched. With my back paws planted firmly in the tall grass, I reached out in front of me, my razor-sharp claws unsheathing and raking the ground slightly, creating furrows that would remain afterward, telling others that this was my turf. My jaws parted into a wide yawn, displaying my harmless pink tongue as well as my lethal fangs.Lethal, that is, if you're my dinner.But I wasn't hungry now; I'd just eaten a foolish doe this morning, and circumstance seemed to have conspired to make me drowsy. So, giving in to th