Monthly Archives: March 2016

What Lies Beneath….Soon!

closer….closer…getting closer….. “What Lies Beneath” – the newest book of poetry by Jaye Tomas (curtsy) will be available soon…..are you ready?

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just a little snippet……enjoy 🙂     An ivory face  an ivory fan and feathers of gold  I climb the tower and the walls speak to me in cold and ancient language for no human speech could hold this whiteness … Continue reading

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I sense the tiny impacts and look down – it’s on my skin and I brush it swiftly off try to hide the evidence but now my fingers are stained and my too big jacket smudged. I am splattered dusted … Continue reading

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Refusing To Shine

If I refused to shine would your determined polishing work anyway? If I twist and squirm from under your thumb will the rags and wax still buff me to that New Car Glow? Would that touch of class you keep … Continue reading

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The Fringe

Originally posted on Chimera Poetry:
There is no zip code for her, no snugshut windows no locked doors keeping back the dark. No walls to hang a calender, or diploma, and there is no reflective glass or bathroom mirror she…

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Sad Girl

Originally posted on Chimera Poetry:
“Some people turn sad awfully young. No special reason, it seems, but they seem almost to be born that way. They bruise easier, tire faster, cry quicker, remember longer and, as I say, get sadder…

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Off The Grid

Originally posted on Chimera Poetry:
My head is full of angels and demons   but only the demons give practical advice   and I’ve written so many pleading letters    sending them off in bottles   but the sea has…

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