kingcong
Joined: Jan 2021

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kingcong   Junior Editor

I have been writing poetry many years and have independently published 4 collections of poetry.

Submitted Poems 4 total

This Time of Year

The moon has turned is side,
We are in a new era as we glide,
Painstakingly taking new strides,
Washing our ways and our hides

We make our own paths,
Care about what we want to,
Forgetting everything else,
Our inner selves never blue

by Markus Grier

added by kingcong
1 month ago

Mystery Woman

The feeling and the urge
I really want to splurge
Your shape and movements distract me
There is nothing else that I want to see
I want you, for my basket is not full
Quickly paced, riding like a bull
Quivering at the thoughts of you
I want you to

by Markus Grier

added by kingcong
9 months ago

Awakening

Bright as the evanescent lights that show their colors
Moving about the terrace, and nodding at the gutters
Follow the paths towards the glowing embers
Embark on journeys that shower and glimmers
Forsake the wastelands as new empires are born

by Markus Grier

added by kingcong
9 months ago

Renewel

Abashed with new endeavors in plain sight
Weaning off of the highs with ever new delights
Cowering in the sunlight, we look to the east
Time and time again we await the splendid feast
Wishing we can fly away into the ever blue heights
Gleaning

by Markus Grier

added by kingcong
10 months ago

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