Biography of Brandon Griffee
Brandon Griffee Poems
Laying on the grassy ground, conversing with a rock I'd found, It told me a spew of lies, so I threw it in the road to die.
Was this but a dream within a dream, or reality pristine? Did thee consume divinity, or satanic stringency?
The sun has fallen to rest, And the moon shows up to play, Clouds glaze the skies,
Footprints in the snow, Following, With absence of hope, Want to change path,
Drink The Water Of Aspiration
Strolling through a haunted wood, Darkness emits from the skies, Gazing at the distant stars, Words in mind are entwined.
Defeat The Block
Scraping the walls of his mind, Hoping something would fall onto page, But his imagination seems to be bare, and Hungry for inspiration,
Night's War, The
Laying here my thoughts expound, Attempting to ward off the night, Chemicals have laced my mind, And art continues to create itself.
White noise and pure silence, Maddening in its twisted nature, Constant wind against the door, Furnace buzzing evermore,
Deceitful And The Wretched, The
Lo! Winding roads of wintry wear, Beautiful sketch of minute despair, Glittering flakes fall upon the stone, Atop its mystical mountainous throne.
Today, this day of restlessness... Gazing off into an imaginative plane, Words fragment on their voyage; Some are slain by the whitest noise.
Gaze into the orbs of completion, sense the warmth, Taste the fulfillment of prayers, smell the meadow of hearts,
Water The Roses
Time ceases to exist, Worry floats away with the winds. A couple of fifty years, Wipe away their tears,
The bull was sacrificed today. It shattered on the offering table. Its meat spoiled as it greeted the air, and lit ablaze.
The lion roared, at four in the morning, Just inches from my face.
A Debate On: Pulse
Sitting beneath the street lamp,
conversing with my shadow,
he tried convincing me I was alive.
I was quite surprised you see,
talking to my soul earlier,
who demanded I was dead.
Naturally a third opinion was in need.
I asked my mind which was truth,
he was as certain as I.