Pulse (Poem)

Drumming wheels of time unravel lengthening the chapters woven. In the wood thoughts peer through, wisps of green, our instincts wrapping in a perfume now seducing us into our next condition, yielding to magnetic tethers pulling toward the next edge. Always searching but home in searching– pulsing, turning, dancing, waiting.   Beat the rhythms, each phrase an age cloaked in capsules, tears and droplets, blood … Continue reading Pulse (Poem)

Jared’s “The Dark Quarter” | Music and Video by Volk Dissident | Presented by White Art Collective

   Direct BitChute Link   Volk Dissident invited me to record a reading of my poem, The Dark Quarter. After some consultation together, he produced this audio-visual featuring his own music and treated film footage. The video reflects the theme of poem, celebrating the time of year starting at the European harvest festivals and culminating during the Yuletide. I commend his great work. Find … Continue reading Jared’s “The Dark Quarter” | Music and Video by Volk Dissident | Presented by White Art Collective

Halloween Poetry Reading: The Erl-King

  A dark poem for this time of year based on Scandinavian and Germanic folklore.  Originally composed by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in 1782, this version is the English translation by Sir Walter Scott.  This was my entry for a poetry reading during a Halloween livestream.   –More on the Erl-King         (Thumbnail Image)         Continue reading Halloween Poetry Reading: The Erl-King

King (Poem)

Bursting pennants standing guard against the glad inner courtyard, revel in their newborn form. A hazy day, and yet still light. A gathering, all life. The herald sounds, rings opulent in way of supple melodies. The center holds, and we bow down, and all is well, I don my crown– and yet, each here knows fancy’s flight. I do, as well, and in my might, … Continue reading King (Poem)