Biography of rachael richmond
a bit of this, a bit of that. an eclectic mix of cultures, influences, innocence / worldliness, opinions, artistry, and more....... what's this world for if it isn't to be lived. i'm but a grain of sand in the desert....
rachael richmond Poems
Forget I Ever Existed
i'm sitting here looking at it, lying there like an elongated hedgehog too afraid to move. i should pick it up and drag it through my dirty, tangled hair but what does that prove?
dear death, you came knocking at my door saying you were a friend
my glen majestic quiet, green, fresh, fantastic naturally mine
It Just Growed And Growed
i set myself a challenge to write about the first thing i saw when i opened my eyes....
salmon ella was a beauty with fins so fine and graceful, a swishy tail to die for and her scales were really tasteful.
leg muscles taut as iron, arms splayed out, hardly moving... back rigid
plastic love, that's what you gave me. it almost looked like the real thing, and smelled like the cheap perfume
i am butter in your hands you only have to touch me and i melt
And Then There Were Two
there was one and there was one and then there were two
are you a leg man? if you are
I Must Eat Of The Apple
I must eat of the apple with its plain sweetness. I have partaken of the juicy mango
I Would Plunge A Knife.....
wrappings of silk surround my bleeding heart as soft as the thorns in the crown and as white as night.
you came knocking at my door
saying you were a friend
and wanting to take me to a place
for some time to spend
you said we would walk
through dark valleys, black dales,