Christine Errett Poems
Blistering cool, frozen heat, trapped inside, soft defeat
Blazing light, shrouds the day, weeping moon must turn away
Blades or razor? Grass and petal, heart of glass and soul of metal—
Steel may bleed though heart shan't cry; — tears shall burn if glass will die.
Broken fragments fall as rain, bitter bliss rage must restrain
Endless pathway, anon a reason, hope and light be felt in treason.
Darkness cleared by dreary gloom, helpless dreams their light their doom.
Seeking blindness, watch your eye, ‘till black mourn arises nigh
Sun of shadows, dark of light, ...