Tag Archives: fraiku
An orchestra of raspy wingsalmost covers the faint scrapeof paws padding nearby.
She opened hailing frequenciesto a prismatic future— taking uswhere we’d never gone before Nichelle Nichols, 1932-2022 So it goes…
Night arrives after a long day I just want to be covered by your breath but the rain will have to do
When someone asks if I believe in God I tell them I just disbelieve in one more god than they do
More diamonds and rubiesstrewn across the night skythan are found on Earth Photo from the JWST. To celebrate the Sorta-Sonnets posted on Whispers & Echoes, I stole two lines from each of the seven published works and made a pastiche … Continue reading
Like amusement park balloonsescaping my graspyou’re lost in the sky
Bondage is the irritantFreedom the Pearl worth the riskof being sold south Inspired by the sculpture (pictured above) found while wandering around Alexandria, Virginia.
They don’t care about you,your beliefs, your body.How will you vote?
Day stretches out like a deserttoo long — too longsun grinding me down
All my ideas are lostwandering this wastelandI call a mind (Don’t forget about that call for sorta-sonnets over at Whispers & Echoes.)