Woolgathering

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in the haze of the night i write this good wine bad wine i want to know you i want to talk to you about glory about grief love tell me about the sea what makes you gasp for air your heart beat faster stop play me the songs and i'll play mine i want to show you what is does to me i want to hear the silence feel okay with it i want to hear you laugh and the night is dark but not as

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today my heart is a desolate landscape with abandoned roads leading nowhere and a sea so still sailing ships linger into thin air blank troubled mind i wait and wait in my mind i say goodbye -- Photo: © Esben Bøg Jensen

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locked away from the love i hold close is my rifle covered with dust from the past shadows of hazy trespassers who fade to grey by the sound of the silent drum in our hearts the fog has withdrawn to a no-man’s land on a rocky cliff face on the sea’s doorstep our safehaven we wave to ships sailing by -- Photo: © Carter Murdoch

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we both left 
to come back 
to an empty house i don’t know 
what you did
 (but) i let my tears shed over the wooden floor 
with a heart heavier than the air i went up north while you traveled over the ocean going west we were further 
 from each other
 then before

 and i felt almost nothing when city’s beauty came upon

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i do sometimes forget to take my meds a lack of order an attempt to feel again and there is nothing in that heavy heart of mine i look over the city and i try, in vain to engage myself to you, and you there’s something wrong with me besides melancholy holy, holy my fourth floor is my asylum off you go as the smoke of my cigarette my choice for

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