Tag Archive: danger poetry

Apr 06

Poem: Grave Danger


Few things are more scary than a newsletter from a school that a child went missing, this tries to capture how serious times have become that our children now expect and perceive things like these as normal. Grave Danger Remember when she knew zero before the missing went missing and a high school press release …

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Jun 09

Poem: We Scream

A darker poem depicting those trying to run from living terror only to realize they were running from themselves. [easyazon-image-link asin=”B000G6UQFW” alt=”The Scream, c.1893 Poster Print by Edvard Munch, 24×36 Poster Print by Edvard Munch, 24×36″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41D5oeS721L.jpg” align=”center” width=”267″ height=”400″] We Scream We walk together through dark shadows unable to see what it all means …

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Feb 09

Faceless Names – Random Twitter Poem for Feb 9th


Faceless Names was written about international terrorism and specifically the dark societies and people within them.