Ruby Honeytip

Rookie - 357 Points (1970)

Biography of Ruby Honeytip
I speak powerful feelings in my poems.
We come into this world all alone and we are lucky if we leave with someone holding our hand.
The pull to writing the way I do, I suspect, is inspired by my belief in love. They are not all autobiographical.....but some are.....I'm not saying which is which. Some of these poems are delightfully, unapologetically chock full of cliche, some are sensuous, some are from the middle of my heart. I find there are certain comforts in commonly used sentiments, but I use them for my own effect.
Some of my work is racey. If sexiness offends you...or if you are quite young or may want to bypass my poems. Thank you for popping by x

Ruby Honeytip's Works: Updates


Standing alone,
Brain in a fog,
Think I'll go for a walk,
With my acid dog.

Pissing on flames,
To put out the fires,
Chasing ideas,
Kicking at tyres.

Accomplishing nothing,
He'll go where he's led.
Acid dog
Is in my head.


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