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30 Oct 2018

Clockwork Heart

Clockwork Heart oh what I’d believe in the grip of your grit in the rip of your whisper when all you do makes flowers that fade in their smiles   looking ahead looking back I’ve run the same mile I’ve lost count of the hours… the split up hands dancing on your face hiding your clockwork heart   red blood blue blood black and blue blood won’t power the machine oh…you make hurt have wings   the blow of broken […]

18 Jul 2018

Windowed

The unlady-like verified mystery windowed in hesitating stares leaning on unsteady sturdy knees every single day begs, borrows, repeats decaying songs from loving scars in the mirror fearing in the mirror breathing out steam fed by the sea   Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with her husband, two children, and two dogs. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, […]

16 Jul 2018

The Wave

This stormy afternoon Every story in stare Pulling my hair for Pages torn too soon A curtain of words Remain everywhere   Pages and strands Pages and strands   The night is absent Flickering cigarettes And green fairy absinthe Leaving your breath For my burdened body Made to never forget   Vertical hands Vertical hands   Washing the day’s start Already…so far away Nature meant change For you, the fourth tide For me, taken in it’s wave The just in case… […]

11 Jul 2018

Ocean Verse

Ocean Verse seeking the skies below on a solo powered flight as jagged air meets gentle dust she flies backwards protected like a pinecone in a purse between cerulean highs and goodbyes she sinks upwards curving to the water’s feet every energy is reversed in this place she’s forever seen but could never uncover she calls the vital force becoming her own wave crash-testing the outside the seraphic octopus songs bubble her to low tides all legs on the electric […]

06 Jul 2018

Today…Yesterday…Tomorrow

Today… Feels like every Forgotten shower All these things Could be so easy Just spin that hour In your extinct eye   Yesterday… Burned all my fingers On that loud, heavy slaphappy stinger nearly shattered each flower of flesh Yeah it matters   Tomorrow… Knocking at my Doorstep You with your lips On every fret Leave these strings Uncut It becomes easy To forget When there is Warm breath left.     Part 2 here Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, […]

22 Jun 2018

Net of Nightmares

With all my bouncing between desolation and The Spark You hear me… all my stories and all my secrets You see me… all my scars and all my spirits and when I sink in the net of my nightmares you unravel me in the dark… And when our touches are torn apart, scattering like wind they travel as sound on every ancient highway…   Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with her husband, two children, and two dogs. Her artistic journey […]

06 May 2018

Red Heart Blue

Skidded down skeleton-truths Down down down, until I crashed myself Upside-down On a pile of farewell smiles… That eggshell youth… I won’t go higher Or faster without my red balloons I know, not here on this floating feeling… The rocket fuel for flying, that childhood lightening struck my blue-red heart struck my red heart blue… Again, again and at the same time… The future handles push my ankles through, every lost feeling too… The energy, that energy can never disappear, […]

18 Apr 2018

time itself ages

to find myself filling up these worn out places inside here time itself ages industrial minds as I open and close the shades I’m with my end of rainbow .  

10 Apr 2018

Mind Traffic

Unmoving in mind traffic, the mouth grows tape. Tongues twist to braids. Only in the depths of sleep, is speak easy, and the last silent word floats away.    

22 Mar 2018

Hotel Vendome

Still at home, I’m still home But I should have known I should have known That I didn’t know…   The room is waiting It’s dark illuminating My visions are hanging Hanging on my bones On my bones…   Time is a turning key Staying and leaving In room seventeen Will I sleep? Will I sleep?   One, two, a million-and-three My mind becomes the black sea My legs tied to the queen Tied to the king Untied to the […]