An Examination of Death – A Poem

Here is the next of this series of forgotten poems from 2000 – 2005. I used to use a lot more structure in my poetry and didn’t actually start experimenting with avant garde/free verse until I was in college. At the end of the poem I decided to add a final stanza to provide closureContinue reading “An Examination of Death – A Poem”

The Corpus Of Jane Doe – A Poem

Content Warning: This poem may not be suitable for all audiences and may contain information that some could find upsetting. Reader discretion is advised. The Corpus Of Jane Doe A mountain of paperworkEncumbers my dayIn the mortuary she waits-Chalk-white and purpleCoagulated blood at the pointsWe knew to be the lowestWhere she laid waiting to beContinue reading “The Corpus Of Jane Doe – A Poem”