Lorin Addy Garringer
Biography of Lorin Addy Garringer
wife, mother, writer-two by choice, one by design
Lorin Addy Garringer Poems
Lonely looker of dreams are starry eyed Lookers. Into the darkness and searching For diamonds to prove wrong the ones that lied About true life's design. Piercing, probing
I hold my heart in my hand And stare And count The scared slashes.
I tote so much weighty Luggage Baggage Suitcase, upon suitcase, upon suitcase.
You were my Egypt; Place of prosperity, Comfort, awaking, wisdom.
As your passion drained away Arrogance, ambition, and dogma Rushed in To fill the gaping void.
If my stars had Been different, Or my reflection Altered by
Ours is the road, The only journey that passes Through the haze of time. My essence should be invested
I knock on the door, You turn the key And I walk into your Pressence
You arouse my senses; Fuel fire, quench thirst, speak in music. I am filled with you, release you In every movement, every word.
When the fog sets in And the world becomes alien To my desires, I look for you,
A demon in a shroud; Gray, dark, hungry For submission.
You rise from the dead To sit on my soul, to Sufficate me. Love stronger than the
A demon in a shroud;
Gray, dark, hungry
The rain and hail
Thundering arms, deadly tongue
Hidden from the eye