sage48
Joined: Jan 2021

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Words Of Prey

Thunder in the wind,
lightning on the plain
Glory in the moment
heaven to exclaim

Voices freed of bondage,
willful souls released
Stalking through the ages past
—hunting for the beast

(The First Book Of Prayers: February, 2022)...

by KurtPhilipBehm

added by sage48
3 months ago

Hollow Grams

Distant meandering,
macro denial
the moment a slave
to eternity’s child

Caught on a tether,
all freedom a myth
the boundaries self-serving
with nothing at risk

The sum past the tally,
its measure unscored
the players outnumbered
their...

by KurtPhilipBehm

added by sage48
3 months ago

Unringing The Bell

Nearly forgotten…
his name in the wind
to blow unattended
—direction at whim

(Dreamsleep: February,...

by Kurt Philip Behm

added by sage48
3 months ago

The Keyhole

Creating an exit,
my psyche expands
all locks have been opened,
no shrill reprimand

The light has rekindled,
my way again clear
a willful expression
—new freedom endeared

(Dreamsleep: February, 2022)...

by Kurt Philip Behm

added by sage48
3 months ago

Set In Stone

Change what you did,
and I’ll change how I feel
You can’t change forever
denying what’s real
The fly’s in the ointment,
the die has been cast
This moment endemic
—predestined to last

(Dreamsleep: February, 2022)...

by Kurt Philip Behm

added by sage48
3 months ago

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