Category Archives: Poetry
A big Thank You to Christine over at Brave & Reckless https://braveandrecklessblog.com/ for posting my submission to her writing prompt “Moon Ate the Dark”. Please take a look at it here: https://braveandrecklessblog.com/2017/05/25/moon-ate-the-dark-writing-prompt-challenge-penny-wilson/ Thank you my peeps! Penny
Your lips trace my curves. My heart pounds under your finger tips. Your touch; fire. Your touch; all.
Lay me down among the pines. I smell earth, wood and your skin. The sun dapples your face. Goose flesh in the breeze. Bird calls echo my sighs.
You knew what I was like without you. You knew the mess I would be. I collapse. The pale light of the stars is of little solace. No encouragement. A captured moment dissolves between my fingers. Meaningless. The spark, oh … Continue reading
I’m here. Right here. I want to be safe too. Reach out your hand. Ever so gently, I’ll hold it close.
Damn you. I swore you were right here. I touched you, I know I did. As I come back to myself, your scent lingers. Damn you. I ache for your touch. Closing my eyes is futile. You’re not here. Leave … Continue reading
You are the magician, pulling my heart from that black hat. You hold that fragile organ on the tip of your tongue. To be cut out with a phrase. To leave it exposed is risking the darkness.