Biography of Meredith Fahey
I'm a recent college graduate. I just rediscovered this site after having been gone for about 2 years.
Meredith Fahey Poems
Wrecked I am broken I am shades of darkness Filtered through your pain
Goddess Of Bedhead
If I went to bed with you Would I find you a god in the morning Or the ghost of some late night regret? What would I be to you?
Sea Of Love
Tides of this lust Sent crashing into bodies Into pools of sex Animals, demons, angels, fish
Liar You Make Of Me
Here we are again A year after we took leave of each other In the same bed Like time never changed our love, nor tore it asunder
I watched the moon fall down in your eyes As the night gave way to morning I had to go yet you had me linger still Wanting to hold your nightingale
You are a constellation in my night sky Guiding me home Straight from the North Star Until morning
You gave me back time The one word I left to you When you went away What does this mean?
Silence In The Moonlight
Oh, still was the night I first saw you Quiet under the moon The silence was so utterly determined Not to whisper, dare it break first
A Window Won'T Open
This is as good as I get I have never felt more beautiful Than I did tonight If you don’t love me now
You have my heart in your hand I look down at the gaping hole in my chest as you Lick it Like a cat licks cream off
Assembling The Pieces
We let go of dark secrets They tumble out Of our mouths And bump along the subway track.
I make love to you in this place out of time Where I am not scared of you discovering me beneath the skin We make ripples in the fabric of time as we explore and cry out Tearing down the walls of reality and fantasy
I promised myself so many things I lied so well to myself But immediately Alone in your vicinity
I tumble into your heart, And lay sprawling, panting, catching my breath in this strange place, This exotic geography of lips and kisses and laughter I take a moment to look around, this place I've never been before, love.
I tumble into your heart,
And lay sprawling, panting, catching my breath in this strange place,
This exotic geography of lips and kisses and laughter
I take a moment to look around, this place I've never been before, love.
Stranger than fiction, it's unique, it's quiet and thoughtful,
It's tucked in together on a cold winter night, holding out until the sun comes up again.
This winding road goes on and on, and I'm not sure that if I begin hitchhiking my way that I won't encounter the da