Tag: poetry

The Fractured Form of Eliot’s Ellipsis

“Make it new!” That was the rallying cry of Ezra Pound harkened to by young artists of the early twentieth century. This period would later be coined “modern” due to the rapid advancement in industry, technology, science, and women’s liberation among other… Read More

The Purple Beast

A purple beast came from the East and didn’t care a bit for what he found all around the West seemed quite unfit to lead the world with morals furled its hilltop light unlit so the beast did pray and went on… Read More

I Accept

I accept the day is light. I accept the dark is night. I accept wrong is not right. I accept right can feel tight.   I accept tight can be good. I accept good is misunderstood. I accept good often hides in… Read More

Minimal is an Animal

Minimal is an animal something quite sustainable a bird which flies a pig in a sty Minimal is hospitable. Minimal is an animal something quite attainable remove your shirt bathe in the dirt Minimal is affable. Minimal is an animal something quite… Read More

I’ve Conquered

I’ve conquered the dark and the grey in between the dark and the light and what is unseen. I’ve conquered the seen and all that I know the fears which seek to flourish and  grow. I’ve conquered the heights and I’ve conquered the… Read More