Matty Reynolds Poems

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Behind A Veil

Only a man who shackles
Torment to one shoulder
And sorrow to the opposite
With a sad meloncholy loving

The Fuchsia

I want to buy you
A fuchsia to hang
My heart from.

When We First Faced

When we first faced,
And sat in the cold den,
Arms clutching my ribs,
Eyes lost and alone.


When you entered into my heart, I'll never know.
But, yes... I did come to know when you left.

In spite of our efforts, we always fail when it comes to removing the traces of each other from our respective hearts.

Shall We?

Shall we not spend eternity
with each other then?
So be it. So be it.
As you wish it shall be done.


Years from now you'll understand.
You'll be happier for the water anyway,
The way it shimmers your reflection
And fools all of us into thinking

My Branches Weigh Me Down

My branches weigh me down.
Laugh at the unshed leaf,
Say what you will at it,
And my grief...

The Landscape Of Your Body

I took the time out tonight to memorize the landscape of your body.
I viewed every inch with a secret sullen passion.
I took my time, intoxicated by the lingering scents of soap and skin.
I have enjoyed many things in life,

When I Say I Love You

... When I say, 'I love you.'
I am lying.
What I am really saying
Is that every breath starts

I Caught Myself

I caught myself staring off,
Just for a moment;
Staring off wishing I could see your eyes.
Staring off into you,

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