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Tag Archives: grief
she offered some things and I wanted them fashion them into love bought a blue hat and an orange hat knocked on her door said ‘I didn’t know what color girl you are so I got you two hats’ drank … Continue reading
sits alone Kerry is gone from the corridors of sadness and I have lost my place in the book my heart began to write
don’t bury me with my heart empty fill it with your sorrow speed me across the vast expanse with that petrol
this flower blooming then I find the wattle bird dead in the water bin I’d allowed to fall below the brim the bird’s wings confined could not rise out there are no flowers from this only the loneliness of fault … Continue reading
there was a strange phone call the voice said ’David, I’m at the…’ and they stopped speaking and there were other voices like over a loud speaker and they realised they were speaking to an answering machine and they said … Continue reading
what’s with rain? looking for life is like looking for a gun when you don’t have one you won’t find it you can’t find what’s always there with you it’s not love it doesn’t turn to shade like hate though … Continue reading
I have some furniture from my mother’s aged care room sometimes I smell lavender in the empty rooms on occasion it makes me weep