Category Archives: Poetry

Fairytales & Firesides “Fairytales & Firesides” We are bitter losers, snarling through our smiles We’re the lost boys, in the supermarket isles We’re Christmas dogs, dumped by the side of the road Confused, we will run for miles We are road rage We are stone age We are wild We are busted light bulbs, in a backstreet neon sign We’re… Read More »

The Long Road

Passenger – “The Long Road” You’ve walked the long road and you’ve worn it well. You stitched yourself up when you fell. Keep your memories in jars, Carry secrets in scars Beneath your shell. You’ve seen some good days and some bad ones too. You weave through fashion and trend. You’ve seen a sun rise on an ocean… Read More »