THE POETRY OF A BROKEN STREET IV by Stanley Princewill McDaniels

so i sit here within forlorn walls drowning myself in a brown bottle of blue whiskey if you could see me, Treasure, you’d see a broken titanic sinking in my eyes if you could see me, Treasure, you’d see the holes on the walls of my heart where i once nailed your picture to if… Continue reading THE POETRY OF A BROKEN STREET IV by Stanley Princewill McDaniels

CONFESSION ON MY GRANDMOTHER’S GRAVE: Mosela Kgomo

with this emptiness and burning pain with no happiness only tears my eyes contain no joke can remedy the injury I sustain never will your smile be life’s entertain your passing left within me an emotional vain in my heart it will remain glued like a stain in life they say things happens for a… Continue reading CONFESSION ON MY GRANDMOTHER’S GRAVE: Mosela Kgomo

BROKEN HEARTED

For on that day flowed from within unimaginable pain On the night of a full moon did she seek my blood I was standing yet felt I was falling down the drain On my feelings and emotions she gladly trod Now in tears I write She never loved me,it was only a dream My weakness… Continue reading BROKEN HEARTED

MY SALTY PEARLS

I have wanted this More than The barren hag Craved The feel of sucking lips On the nipples of her wilted, Virgin breasts. Wanting, My nerves have rippled Like the irked pond Protesting The forceful entry Of Mr. Frog Spearing its waters. Have I not prayed Even as sin Dilutes my tottering faith; But water… Continue reading MY SALTY PEARLS

CLOUDS CRY

There i sat Watching the black clouds eclipse the sun watching it weep incessantly Its silver tears showers from the sky perhaps for good measure as time is fashioned to this performance The birds run for they’re nest nested by the greens of nature standing tall staying put for as many that got along grew… Continue reading CLOUDS CRY