Poetry Book Wednesday – Kirsch & Kerosene

This week’s Poetry Book Wednesday feature is Kirsch & Kerosene. It is the fifth in the “A to Z” poetry books as well as my tenth published book. Kirsch & Kerosene was released on October 08, 2013. Several of its poems can be read through words-scribbled.com/books/kirsch-kerosene/.

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Clutching nutrients
In my withered palms
Singing healing psalms
Malnourished soul
I harbor within
Drink deep of the real
I forged and built

Kirsch & Kerosene is available through Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/1490918264. Kindle – $2.99 and Paperback – $9.99. The other 21 of my currently published poetry books and numerous chapbooks can also be found on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/default/e/B00AOVY2K4.

Poetry Wednesday – Stitched

Stitched

Heart stitched into my side
Above my scarred hide
Feeling it beating opposite
Of what I expect
Thought it to be an omen
The end to come
Heart stitched into my side
Devoid of blood as
It beats and beats
Reminding me of pain
Over and again
Wish to exist long
Will not bare this omen
If it be such
Must change but how can I
When I forget so much
Of each day
Languishing against rage
At the change to my being
Heart stitched into my side
Had me thinking I may
Die with it above my hide
Here I be with this
Abomination in sight
Heart stitched into my side

May’s Kindle Freebie – Last Days!

kirschcoverThis month’s free Kindle ebook is Kirsch & Kerosene. It will be available to download for free from May 15th through May 19th. After that, it will go back to $3.99. Please download, read, enjoy, and review.

May’s Kindle Freebie – May 15th through 19th

kirschcoverThis month’s free Kindle ebook is Kirsch & Kerosene. It will be available to download for free from May 15th through May 19th. After that, it will go back to $3.99. Please download, read, enjoy, and review.

Poetry Wednesday – Osiris

Osiris

Still as the velocity
Reason to make you mine
Empower prostration before idols
Abandoned at Osiris’ feet
When we slaughtered our bond
Essences torn asunder
Still as the velocity
Easing my mind cool
Produce more than the scales
Incapable of balancing at
My tempestuous behest