GoddessI ama forceof nature.I am fire.Burning,feverish,passionate,strong.Wielding a swordtouched by demons,I slice the air,I dancewith the blade.I ama goddesswith a mortalheartI would killto protect.
Embers At DawnFlickering, trembling,Touch of golden blood,Strong from a night,Of soft brown meals,Wavering, stretching to heaven,Pushing against the intruder,Faltering beneath the pressure,Of invading light,Falling to nothing,At the birth of new color,The last embers die,As the first beams shine.
Creating a Childhood UniverseSurf like mocha, curling on seashells,Toes curl like paper shavings into tawny sand,Little ebony paws, batting at cotton-dipped wands,Tiny, gentle fingers turning hair into toys,Wrapped in rich warmth, lost in safety,Laughter and tears, rolling out time,Staring at words, feeling their story,Living in forests and touching the stars,Playing with ogres and goblins and trolls.
Concrete SculptureConcrete sculpture standsCurves wrapping around each otherGrasping at nothing
BubblesBubbles popping brightSparkles in the atmosphereChildhood memories
Breaking AwayBreaking away fromThe mundane redI shoot my pyre into the skyI am dark and aliveMy reach tall enoughTo intimidate architectureWatch my reflection shiverAs your melted sand windowsTrembleAgainst my branches
AubadeMorning glories shine in the window,Late night falls to the side,Wake up, fair curtains,Pull the darkness from your face,Dawn is shining through the clouds,Colors bursting, flood the sky,Hide your face from the light,Day is dawning, darkness fades,Let me sleep, forget the day.