Poetry Blogs (cowardice)
as if naked,
a soul bared.
on sawdust floors,
toward splintered feet
and bleeding ears.
across an angry tongue
by bedraggled sheeple
unto the new unchallenged word.
read the past...
Thursday 5th May 2016 1:54 pm
I didn’t see her pass me in the street,
the woman with the husband at the front,
but felt the tell-tale tickle of a feather -
pressed discreetly soft against my palm.
The accusation whispered in a hate-filled voice,
“Coward”, dripped with venom from her lips
and I assumed she talked to me, although I couldn’t see
if the feather in my hand was truly white.
For I had returne...
Wednesday 9th July 2014 7:49 pm