It’s always the right time.

Originally posted on Raw, Naked Art:
I began penning my response to Bill’s comment regarding my recent post, ‘Never a right time’, and realised that it constituted an essay’s worth of wordage, so I thought I’d post it instead as it also happens to be a fascinating discussion. The subject of prejudice will never get…

The Ancient Dance

Originally posted on Birchpoet's Blog:
Love still speaks and ever flows, in places where the lamplight glows. It walks in colors through my nights, indigo fires burning bright. Speaking in tongues of beauteous things – harps and crowns and golden rings. Though love lies sleeping, in my dark, it starts such fires, with it’s…

Lady Serenity

Originally posted on Michele D'Acosta:
When Lady Serenity saw me, she swerved. Her detour a reminder not to dwell on anxiety. I want to absorb the tempo of my female hero. Go with her on a journey. We’ll decide. Fill a syrup-colored packing case with maps loosely packed. Plan our getaway on the backs of…

Originally posted on bohemiaspeaks:
Love is a memory Waiting to bloom Love is a fragrance That flatters the moon A beauty residing In provocative scents Leaving a trail Shaping events Love is remembrance Carved in a smell A coded desire Dressed in a fume A placid experience An olfactory womb Fertile with pleasure Love is…