Smoky Quartz

Jagged beauties! The art of earth and stars made real! Molten crust breathed into sandy caves cools with infinite adagio. Slow and silent. Motionless, if you please, deep beneath the roots of fungi, trees, and dinosaurs, molecules align like soldiers on a quest for perfection….

A Drop in Space

Earth is water spelled sideways, in a way… The way of poets. Being water encased in a mesh of flesh. Our minds sometimes a mess of less, less, less, lessons learned from watered down hag- splashing pointlessness. Her face without a trace of truth. Hags…

Water And Earth

I am the river you are the earth steely grey waters bubbling over rocks collecting in the crevices speeding with the current taking me along. I hold tight to your sides as you guide me with gentle hands palm pressed against the small of my…

1 – Zodiac Lover

I am the air the wind the freedom You cannot hold me contain me predict me You are the earth steadying, supporting they’d say grounding firmly on your feet I have bits of earth in me. Resonating with yours Just as my breath rekindles bits…

Hour 1: Elements of Unsaid Thoughts

Oh how my inner being shakes, Like how the earth trembles in earthquakes. Inside me beating so loud and fast Are unsaid thoughts I cannot cast. My feelings sweep me like a gale, And I am moved deep within. But forceful wind did not let…

Elemental Unity

Each feeling its power The knew that they could win alone For nothing surpassed the need for a solid foundation Earth was proud to be the support of all creation But when is as stagnant, cold, or thirst for life The absence of everyone only…

Elemental -Prompt 1

Earth, Wind, Water, and Fire, fueling all that we desire. And yet that base is often attacked. Yes, based on history, but more myth than fact. The world dangles not on elemental ire- As science has shown whenever we enquire. Yet still, this spell asks…

Earth 2016

The world is flat with a fence around the perimeter. Braying, mewling people scramble seeking freedom. But no one can be bothered with the gate.

Our Mother’s Home

We lay now Where we once stood, Firmly, grounded, The pride of our birthright Draped upon us like a cape, Where we, Earth-bound,  Flightless beings, Desirous of glory, Waved our banners, Over every conquered land of our brethren, As if they were badges of honor, Erecting…