Category Archives: mythological/religious

Danae

In the morning, golden sunlight cascades into view. A kiss upon my skin that causes me to stretch and shift to catch the soft, heated embrace. I can feel my warm lover caressing my figure, everywhere that my flesh bares … Continue reading

Posted in 1999, love, mythological/religious, poetry | Tagged | Leave a comment

Done

Stick a fork in. I have been steeped in your juices of bureaucratic nothingness, time-consuming busyness business, and games. How did we go from kick the can to point the finger? It tires me beyond reason to shoulder the world … Continue reading

Posted in 2015, mythological/religious, poetry, random thoughts | Tagged | Leave a comment

No More White Knights, ‘Cause Lancelot’s Gone

My Camelot was found – icy spiderweb dream walls turned solid and smooth with your kisses. Three times ’round a hand at my waist and my dreams came true. My knight arrived. Jack slew my giant and Prince Charming set … Continue reading

Posted in 1993, mythological/religious, poetry | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Serenade of Fruit

Is there a difference between love and infatuation? Can Utopia appear on earth? My heart is a fruit: firm, fresh, ripened fruit. The tough exterior is hard to penetrate, but once you are through, all is sweetness and nectar. Please, … Continue reading

Posted in 1992, mythological/religious, poetry | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Fates (7 10s)

If it were not for the mortality of time, all of life would be but pleasures that happen and are gone, drifting away in the spaceless abyss: eternity. Moreover, life would be little better than death, for if the Fates … Continue reading

Posted in 1991, mythological/religious, poetry | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Freezer Jesus

The Christians, they say Jesus is coming; he’ll rise from the dead and among us he’ll walk. He’s not coming again, for y’see, he already came that second time. But he didn’t do much walking though he talked a hell … Continue reading

Posted in 1998, dark, humorous, mythological/religious, poetry | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Horton’s Cemetery (a short one-act play)

Characters: Essie: The narrator. A slim, middle-aged woman with brown hair and eyes. She is caring and kind, but very distant. She is thirty years dead. John: A tall thin man of about twenty-nine. He is sensitive and emotional. He … Continue reading

Posted in 1993, mythological/religious, playwriting | Tagged , | Leave a comment

God’s Wife’s Song (once he ran away again)

You stand before me with your heart in your hand and your eyes closed and your mouth open while you laugh. You say you see with your blinded visions and flawed perfections. So sigh, my dear, as you fall through … Continue reading

Posted in 1996, mythological/religious, poetry | Tagged , | Leave a comment