Here is what I know:
My name is Caoimhe. My wife cannot say my name correctly, but I cannot say hers either, so I suppose that is fair. My wife, Adalheidis, pretended to be a man for a long time. This...
I have laid awake beneath the weight
Of nameless Gods staring upon my body.
Shivering at my limbs intertwining their own.
Naked whimpering things laying before me.
Having undressed seemingly holy deit...
She is a wild woman
She leaves her hair loose
And sometimes twigs catch in it
As she walks forest trails
With eyes turned skyward
Tracking the stars for some sign
Her home is wild as the forest
You find me inconsolable
at the top of the stairs
The end of a necklace in my hand We search and search and you tell me to pray to St. Stephen "He is the patron Saint of Lost Things" you say
I have sp...
Heard a cry from the abyss
Down, down I sought to save
Farther on than rising mist
Heard a wail that came in waves
I carry on to that descent
Because of courage I am its slave
Heard a groan that night...
Pebble dash walls, lined with cold black gutters.
Blue slate floors clash with red brick walls.
Bees hum around the rosemary, basil and chives whilst plant pots sit guarding in all different shapes an...
Theatricality formed through millennial evolution which is excessive as it is easily donned.
Is only begotten through hospitable elements able to see this show go on in its artistic ways.
This beauty ...
Standing in a field of ash
Blood poured out my heart
Wounded deeply I lift my sword
Behold the cavalry arrived
For I was a boy in a mans game
But I forgot my battle was not against flesh and bl...
Leave it be, so others could admire its beauty.
It's very tempting to pick, but once you have it in your possession, it'll wither away from admirable oppression. Everyone can't have their hearts desir...