Tag: poetry

What The Nose Knows

  They say ‘The nose knows…” I believe they are right Whether it sniffs or it blows. Never take for granted  The ability to sense The presence of poison, Pheromone,  Scents To enrich or endanger Life as we know it. Oh, poor unappreciated nose! Unless it bleeds or […]

No Means No

She said no, But he saw red. With blood in his eye He forced her to bed… Closing his eyes, He drifted to sleep. She lay awake, Refusing to weep. Hearing him snore, She aimed for his head. Her sheets were white, But they saw red. Mother Hen Admittedly, […]

Women’s Intuition

It’s a thought, a feeling That defies definition, Cognition evading Any true exposition – But I know, I feel in the depths of my bones That something’s amiss! (Call it women’s intuition.) You can mock, You can laugh, But if you don’t listen, What you fear most Will come To […]

Of Cars, Coffee and Cougars

They were no star-crossed lovers, But were cars on two roads. Her battle-worn Chevy running on vapors And his ragtop Mustang with newly signed papers   Pulled in to the same town on the same day, Parking up at the same cafe Road weary, in need of rest. Sipping his coffee, he […]

A Tendril of Smoke

She was plump and white as fresh baked bread, Willing and soft, waiting for the right blade to carve Its marks into her fleshy heart – She was “too good for him,” her parents said. But “good” was lonely for a girl unwed, In love, she thought, and torn apart, His knife having […]