Author Archives: irishstag2013
The sun rose gold over The cemetery at the exit Of the city, before the Locals were awake. My new dear friend Sat, asleep on the bus And my oldest friend Waited at the other airport. And the thought dawned … Continue reading
Against the long odds in the evening A daydreamt nightmare anchors in my eyes And it’s an aura drenched in crimson And a hateful blessing in disguise. Then the snakebite ruby smoke fades To blue walls of institutional peace. A … Continue reading
Sometimes the most beautiful things Are heartbreakingly so. Our heroes grow up tormented Their rise to triumph slow. Sometimes they’re like The flower in the concrete A refreshing break through The trials and mistreat. Sometimes they’re like The ancient castle’s … Continue reading
I am a sequestered witness In the trial that is his life. No doubt I play an important role. I hold important information. Yet, I sit in the hallway, Not allowed to hear What other witnesses have to say. Not … Continue reading
You had to pick the most expensive Meal on Chef Death’s menu. The one that takes the longest to pay off. Why couldn’t you have ordered A well done burger or a slow cooked stew? Something not too hard to … Continue reading
If money was air you’d long ago have suffocated. Which is one of the longest books in Death’s library. But instead you breathe on, unsure of what you’ll read.