Alone, I Wander (a dystopian poem)

Alone, I Wander Alone, I wander through a valley of shadows, where death towers over me under a watchful, ancient, silver eye, cycling from judgmental slit to audacious observer, on and on, the watcher rolls. Its name I have lost, forgotten or disavow with spiteful satisfaction, however meaningless, my legacy to time’s incessant passing, daysContinue reading “Alone, I Wander (a dystopian poem)”

Shut Away (a poem)

The old ones will go, The wise must leave, Keepers of our history, Shuttled away, shut away, Gravely grieve the family, Silenced and separated, No more tales, no prayers, Dared to share, no whispers Passed to ears not there, Who will sound the alarm, Alert the young of harm To their humanity None will remainContinue reading “Shut Away (a poem)”