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Supernova Skies

And who's to blame??? Riding supernovas trail across the celestial sky ~

Escaping the realities of which always fill these, my weary eyes....

Wishing to make a heart smile and or to brighten anothers spirit; inside

Bringing hope in a world cracked to be broken unto its cerements core

Wherein the majority of life truly do not live at all; not really!?

Painting with pastels dipped into fragrant oils amid these sanctums

Ointments, to cover the sores within this lingering mask of death....

Trapped  aneath its box of misfit dreams; as lights continue to fade away 

In a hand full of sand upon this shore; existence, slipping into the sea?! 

Tainted; lives struggling everyday to grasp but another breath of fresh air

Gathering a morsel of food upon their empty and ofttimes, poisoned plates

To awake without a dream that none of them have ever seen; these....

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....“Supernova Skies” * 






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  1. Date: 5/11/2012 1:15:00 PM
    I love where your mind took you at this point in time. This poem is from another world! What a world it is - that brilliant mind of yours! Keep writing! Always, Laura

  1. Date: 5/1/2012 7:18:00 AM
    this is beautifully and eloquently written..

  1. Date: 4/23/2012 3:42:00 PM
    I love the pictures you paint, enjoyed your poetry today hugs vie p.s. My baby girl is doing fine.