Stone Fox Poems
|5.||A Heat Of A Thousand Suns||1/9/2016|
|8.||Beast Of Burden||4/24/2016|
|10.||Home Sweet Hell||9/15/2015|
|11.||After The War||9/15/2015|
|14.||Slow Fearful Contrast||12/26/2017|
|17.||All Is Fair In Love And War||9/15/2015|
|18.||A City Lay In Ruins||9/28/2015|
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A City Lay In Ruins
The faceless-ageless friends didn't find her hiding.
Instead there was a special gift,
the ability to hide in creases of time.
It hung there motionless on the wall as it had minutes ago.
But none of the minutes had gone anywhere.
Everything seemed to stop.
Whole worlds were silent as nothing moved, not even time.
Frozen like dead bodies,
expressions of a moment were carved into faces.
They were bent into even more uncomfortable positions.
Reminding all ghosts of a city that lay in ruins,
that they had tried to escape, that they tried to flee from ...
I leave you kisses everywhere,
littering them like trash-dropping them here and there.
My kisses become clutter in the day to day havoc that is your life,
and mirror the stars in the sky.
They shatter a devastating echo of combustible constellations.
My kisses are time bombs of passion... possibly poison.
I hope you pick each one up naked, and alone.