There is no melody so beautiful as the love song of a gentle breeze. Its whistle through the trees whisper lyrics of undying love as it caresses the leaves.
Should one fight his way through the thick forest of my sadness-- and chisel away every rock of bitterness that walls off my heart-- he will find that his efforts were in vain. I'm not hiding heaven in this heart. My heart is but a chilled cadaver for me to cut into without ever drawing... Continue Reading →
Mind games... why? Because I suck at sports and I lose interest in Monopoly as soon as that first hotel goes on Boardwalk. Because if I play with yours, then I won't have to play with my own anymore. Because my insecurities are only silenced once it sees you, the other player, fold. Because when... Continue Reading →
Happy endings are the greatest lies ever told. There is no love that does not end in grief. Love, like every other emotion, is passing. Every memory and emotion is doomed to fade away. Time and death are the ultimate truth — more powerful than any emotion we can ever hope to feel. Love envies... Continue Reading →
We Never Get Snow Down Here by Klorrie D. Now Available in Paperback on Amazon! In a city that rarely sees snow, a young woman stands on the roof of a building and watches as the first snowflakes of an upcoming blizzard begin to fall. As each snowflake lands on her, different memories and stories... Continue Reading →
*Note* This is a poem originally intended for my second book of poetry, We Never Get Snow Down Here. The book itself is a collection of poems that tell a story, so this poem will not make full sense without it. However important this poem might have been to the puzzle, I could not include... Continue Reading →
When doing the right thing feels wrong... it's an argument between the angel and demon on my shoulders. Neither wins if each side is gray. So what am I to do then? Out of sight, out of mind... right? So sudden, like the mouth of Venus closing around her prey. He's the unsuspecting fly that... Continue Reading →
I was not so selfish in this life. I let you go and you found your fated happiness soon after our sun had set. But next time-- for my own sake-- I must be. Should our paths cross again in our next lifetime, I shall win your heart and keep it.
I once found a token in the sand. Engraved on it was “Passion”. “Passion…” I whispered as longing caressed me. and my head felt on a high as I held it in my hand. For I knew there was an arcade game, that took Passion tokens just ahead. I knew a single token was good... Continue Reading →