Derek Fitzpatrick (August 6th 1992)
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..
Do not quoth love & hate
They are spoken too often.
Make your own bed,
As we despairingly lay
It's not the same,
With our coffins