Poetry

Word of the Day – Umbrage

I tried to tell you
Don’t take umbrage with the truth
This has been broken


A day late on this one! This was yesterday’s word.

Poetry

Word of the Day – Multitudinous

Green turns to color
Multitudinous leaves fall
‘Neath Autumn sunsets

Poetry

Vixen

Hey, you over there
Alive, ready, and rearing
Come here, talk to me

Oh, do not be shy
I promise, I will not bite
Well, actually

I might if you want
Me, undercover vixen
You, willing new prey

Come see me darling
Submit to me and your list
Let’s conquer the world

Poetry

Word of the Day – Rebuff

Your lips rebuff me
But, your eyes speak lust and want
Bodies attracting

Poetry

Word of the Day – Superjacent

The throes of passion
You, superjacent to me
Me, in love with you

Poetry

Word of the Day – de rigueur (poem)

This was actually yesterday’s…


de rigueur lifestyle
Missing the intangibles
No inner beauty

Poetry

Word of the Day – Nary (poem)

Could have said goodbye
You left with nary a word
Ripped my heart in twain

Nothing tangible
Naught to remember you by
No hope or promise

Faded memories
I am forgetting your face
The firm feel of you

Perhaps it’s better that way

Poetry

Word of the Day – Tergiversation (poem)

Circumventing truth
Tergiversation
Tell me how you feel

Equivocal love
Or maybe disinterest
Vague and maddening

You’re far too quiet
I’ve had enough of silence
I must walk away

I will not look back
I wonder if you’ll give chase
Part of me hopes so
But a part of me does not
I’m ready for someone real

Poetry

Faded (poem)

Faded into black
My essence has gone missing
Imperceptible

Poetry

Word of the Day – Luddite (poem)

Resistant to change
Luddite who refuses light
And the love it brings