Katrina Thornley is a Rhode Island based author that graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a BA in English. She lives in the middle of the woods and enjoys hiking, photography, painting, and candle making.
There's a life
Behind a hidden door, That can't be found in the daylight
Where faces fade and masks glow.
It's in the bottom of an ocean
At the base of a tree
Behind layers of bark
Where fingers can't...
April 2nd, 2018 Love has a way Of finding and forcing a path Into our thoughts, sometimes our day,
It isn't always what we expect
Hardly what we want on those days
Where the stress of nine to five
Weakened frames moving with tilts
On bruised and battered stems
Waiting for a breath and sunshine, Stuck within confines of hours and ticks
Cents and smiles the way of our world, Pushing weakened fram...
12/21/17 A smile,
Worth a thousand words.
A thin line
Worth more? Or less? The truth in sight
But still wonder,
Still tell her
“Smile, it’s not that bad”
And the response
Pearly whites, Eager to pleas...
To light eyes
And thoughts Anew. A stranger face
A stranger voice,
In an unused file-
Tin types in mind. We spend seconds...
Free these veins
From chains Formed by ticking hands
And growing sums-
Beat, beat, beat
With songs of smiles
and wondrous thought, Chase the firefly
Through these woods
In the mids...