Endlessly burnishing wildflowers


Endlessly burnishing wildflowers
forgotten by splattered times

of bloodless slaughterer’s design.


Waking souls lulled to long days’ sleep,

forced to steal robbed dreams endlessly

till winter freezes them to sleep.


In effect cut short dreams harden

frightfully, the nights frightfully

seem as long as winter in length.


Frenzied paced yelling, to end put

lightning in its excited place

awakening death’s silent scream.


Immortalized storms are forming

under the bitten tongue, they then

secretively bloom shade with sense.


From hiding you to dodge the knife,

no choice with the merit for me

to have ‘tween green eyes and brown eyes.


Knighted enemies eye alone

like Kings of the Night, shimmered like

white foot soldiers woefully,


heroic scream of blue lightning

pride’s flashes animatedly,

whoosing beasts move to foil its growl.


Hollering his disenchantment

steadfastly pitted against his,

bows to the trek’s will’s end at peace.


As those viewed in deathly silence,

perched like prey’s birds on the hilltop,

will stand still in the dragon’s sound.


There is no realm of pure meaning today!

My God, dead, but yet quick!

Death in itselfand Words above the world – a burning bead,

a heated hollow and a cry of fear.

Photo Credit:”The Great Red Dragon and The Woman Clothed In the Sun”