Monthly Archives: February 2016

A Hell Stir

Hells of cold, hells of old; all pain, no gold. Fire blazes emanate from the grey eyed warden angel shawled and enthralled. Her decisions leave splatter on the walls. A Chinese ancient evil bleeds green amid the gnarled eaves wishing it’d … Continue reading

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She Glides

A girl with holes in her soles skateboards her way to a place without moors; the more the balance against the hoards. She runs without envy sending out positivity casually, treading a pike over a bike each pedal changing her … Continue reading

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Recognition

Extreme is not a precursor to love; Redeem by all means. Communicate – endear me from mean. Hop to catch up to my tender scene. Passion ever more, read me to bleed. by Jerriè McGill

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