Monthly Archives: February 2017

Carnevale

Originally posted on Chimera Poetry:
? “Audaces fortuna iuvat.” “Fortune favors the bold.” ~ Virgil “Virtue has a veil, vice a mask”. ~ Victor Hugo ? Costumed in red and yellow they scamper through the streets and knuckle the doors…

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House of Mirrors

Another day in this house of mirrors, the hallways heave with amusement as your eyes are foiled once more… A trick of the light? A trick of the trade? A mind playing tricks? Turn here, not there, here… No cheese … Continue reading

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Falling

Falling ~ The cities so far below, cloaked,  misted and uncertain, uneasy,  like a puzzle tossed carelessly. And we stood together, you and I, and talked of long histories made when the sky was newborn, and names had not been breathed … Continue reading

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Servante of Darkness Women in Horror February 2017 Women in Poetry Profile: Jaye Tomas

  Servante of Darkness: Words & Sounds for the Living Following the fiction and nonfiction of Anthony Servante, where-ever it takes us. Wednesday, February 15, 2017 Women in Horror February 2017 Women in Poetry Profile: Jaye Tomas Click Here to … Continue reading

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Heart to Heart

in honor of Valentines Day….a poems of hearts and love…..the gifts that keep on giving…of a different kind. heh heh…..     Heart to Heart ~   I wanted a heart and I wanted it to be yours, yours by … Continue reading

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Between The Waking Hours

Between the Waking Hours ~   I rise up,  slow dancing in the rumpled sheets and glancing, side eyed, into the mirror to see if it is still me, or has the dream waif taken me over? Red berry lips … Continue reading

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