Category Archives: Poetry from the Past

Poetry written between 1987 and 1997–in the midst of my depression years. Dark, symbolic, some not so good but shared them anyway.

Poetry: The Matter of Weeping

Dry are my eyes, my cheek, my chin,
Despite the rigorous war within
My soul.
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Poetry: Sir

You stand erect.
Abhorrently arrogant,
Wickedly insolent.
Aware of the rumors perpetuating your tainted reputation for
Extraordinary performance.
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Poetry: The Nights of Passage

I douse the light and dread the nighttime ritual of rest,
When racing mind and pacing time create a cruel test
Of sanity.
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