By James D. Casey IV Swallowed whole, followed down a dream. Written under duress, at worms' command, behind dead eyes. Can you taste me? Between my teeth, I'm just like you. An ape in need of the bottom. In some form of an escape. The missing link. Digging through the ash. A chemical imbalance, never … Continue reading Black Soul Choir
By James D. Casey IV writing on the mad notes all across the bottle . . . made of crystal ball chains and algebra . . . skipping beats on a dead rain cloud . . . counted on an eyeball abacus . . . when a god speaks I will … Continue reading Eyeball Abacus
By James D. Casey IV Thrill seekers at the end of the world. Driven down paths of Mad Max dreams. Underneath long beards protecting their necks from vampires underneath a different spell. I won't know until tomorrow, behind a different addiction, if I have the live forever blues. Have you seen the perfect life? … Continue reading Live Forever Blues
We wanted to do something a little different here and decided to hop on the trend of Twitter poetry. The challenge was to tweet up to seven lines and we got some really cool poems. Thank you to everyone who participated and maybe we'll do another Twitter challenge in the future.
By James D. Casey IV Full eighteen hundred years This place Has its undertone As do my words A dark young pine In the middle of a cemetery He calls out Telling me to play on So I do Over the levee I find solitude A place of forgotten morning … Continue reading Ghost
By James D. Casey IV Illumination of Soft blue light The runes all point northwest Mount the mustangs Head for the hills Nothing worth saving here Follow the dragonflies Floating along the narrow path Guiding the journey Deep into the mountain forest Mutiny on life itself Taking over the reins I … Continue reading Rhapsody of the Spirit
By James D. Casey IV Side show freak Tattooed Scarred Driving A black clown car Packed with darkness The sadness Behind the circus Laugh clown Laugh A hidden world A mad world Dreams They come and go Heavy breath Take it in Think Somewhere in time A … Continue reading Whatever Happened To the Happiness