Where The Tall-Grass Grows

Blades slice the land wide into a gaping maw, stroking your thighs in the sea breeze, coughing a salty tang that dries your tongue, as cackling gulls flow in the westerly wind— circling the lighthouse, sketching a bold white line on blue paper, as though saying you’ve made it here. What do you think? LetContinue reading “Where The Tall-Grass Grows”

a murder

A Diamante (pronounced DEE – UH – MAHN – TAY) poem takes its name from the Italian word for ‘diamond’. Made up of seven lines that are arranged to form a diamond-like shape, Diamante poems don’t contain rhyming words, and use words with opposite meanings. However, some rules are meant to be broken! My first exposure toContinue reading “a murder”