Posts tagged ‘spirits’

July 14, 2017

That’s all

by Renwick Berchild

Two legs, that are columns, your roof of bone, blood, sinew,
housing your pantheon, your gods that were born from burnt meals,
falls off your bicycle, windows you leapt from, drainpipes
slid down, hearts your broke with unkind words, papers you tore
and launched off bridges you walked
in the night.

read more »

June 17, 2017


by thereluctantpoet

By Charles Robert Lindholm  




Even though

we’re Worlds Apart







our Hearts are

Bound and Tethered











with Unspoken Words

Still Understood

read more »

October 20, 2016

Halloween – Acrostic Poetry Challenge

by Dorinda Duclos

Poetry challenge: Acrostic poem.


H ow the dark of night devours

A ll souls who gather near

L onging to reach their destiny

L iving, yet no longer here

read more »

September 4, 2015

Visions Overlooked

by Dorinda Duclos

Magic words reveal themselves

From pages of a book

Written once, so long ago

These visions overlooked

read more »

August 17, 2015

Wandering Soul

by Dorinda Duclos

Lost in the waves of yesterday’s sorrow

Longing to capture the dreams of tomorrow

read more »

June 22, 2015

Hidden Behind the Gray

by Dorinda Duclos

The light stayed away
Hidden behind the grayest of gray
With darkness clouding the sky
All I can do is wonder why
This fear I cannot allay

read more »

June 13, 2015


by Dorinda Duclos

Listen, do your hear them
The gentle sounds of spirits
Whispering softly
Among themselves
Listen! Do you hear it?

read more »

February 1, 2013

Human Hearts and Spirits

by russtowne

“Nobody has ever measured, not even poets, how much the human heart can hold.”

…But if I might be so bold
While I don’t know the exact amount
From what I have found

read more »

January 20, 2013


by russtowne

They warm my heart and spirits
And never go out of style
Like the beaming ones that couples show
As they walk together down the aisle

Nearly all are wonderful
But some mean so much more
Such as those from a loving family
When you walk through the front door.

read more »