Wisdom Through Humor

by Rena Kermasha

Warmth is such a simplicity
Spoiled by crises of identity
And what sometimes feels real
Is no more than transparent appeal.

Interests are kept from vesting
When they seek perpetuity
But I am a bigger reality
Capable of violating your nothing.

Your capsule of lies breaks
And the other girl aches
I stand to protect someone I hate
By the denial of your own fate.

The turning of a card is but a glimmer
Of what I seek to make true
When onto you I deliver
The eternity I yearn to be for you.


To You At Home (Poetry by Sarah Ellen)

00/Mar/01 - Fear and vulnerability in a letter home.

Lineman's Loss (Poetry by Kenneth Pike)

00/Mar/01 - Teetering on the shore between light and darkness.

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