Biography of Derek Fitzpatrick
Derek Fitzpatrick Poems
Truth, Do not quoth love & hate For, They are spoken too often.
Signora Psyche Zenobia
Death, Follow the leader, Wisdom bleek, Name thy deity,
A Pharaoh's Eulogy
This ancient opaque Palace Walls running red Of regret & malice As blood..
Can you speak to your soul? Am I alone?
Of Mice & Men; God & Mortal
Tribal Phoenix's Shake their spears, Empowering weaknesses Shunning hate & fear
Paradox, Paradise, Parabol.
We've bled out the clocks Can't run, When butterflies stop Father Time was a son.
Opaque oasis, A small pond & Oak Tree.
The sun beats down With a tribal sound Onto Love's bloody battlefield, The Knight of Chivalry,
Rogues & Pharaoh Interlope & toast. Drinking to living dead Deity Everlasting, loving, luscious hope..
I believe, I can see the future. For, I'm buried in my past, Another cloud,
The Cemetary's Symphony
Death, named Miss Understood Married Life, in the Coffin's rosewood.
If my soul made a noise.. It'd scream for release, depart.. Yet, sound like a Muzzle. Porcelain hearts, broken apart
Angel in my head? Not a halo. Demon's caress the dead Far..from fatal.
Two things proven right Together, May not be true. Let me remind you..
Two things proven right
May not be true.
Let me remind you..
As clocks devour time,
We must fly!
On the forgotten wings
Way up high..
& The gates of perception.
Create the day,
Believe the night.