Part Three of the Captain series I’ve been working on. I’ve had such a ball writing these poems. Honestly, I’ve always had a pretty big fascination with the ocean and the act of sailing. There’s something to be said about humbling yourself before the devastating power of the sea that just strikes me in the […]
The Rivers of Meyline deposit right out into the sea. Should your insides be made of iron, there’s a legend of an ancient treasure buried on a rocky isle just beyond the coast. Perhaps, that treasure was stolen long ago. Perhaps, it still rests there today. I’m so grateful that you took […]
If I’m the devil to you then I can’t let you live. If you’re the devils to me then I can’t let you be. I’ve written a bit about these girls in my poetry before, Polly, Anna, Chelsea and their sisters. I love this concept for what it is and I wanted to come […]
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In the event that you find yourself at the end of the rope, the saying goes “tie a knot and hold on.” But I think that we can strive to do more than that. Simply tying a knot and hoping we don’t fall to the depths is fine enough, and some nights it is all […]
It always seems to be that in the midst of the deep darkness that we find the most perilous climb to return to the light. The shadows make everything seem so much larger, so much harder, so much more difficult. If only we had the eyes of giants, we could see that the world that […]