In absolute silence I hear multitudes Of creatures Mingled screeches At a frequency Just beyond perception. A shrill sound High pitched Pulsating Growing Becoming A deafening roar It surrounds me Penetrates me Resonating In my very skull The commotion of life Keeps the burden at bay And I have peace For a moment From the … Continue reading Tinnitus

Snam suad: A Plea

Vaccine's herefight the fearspawned the firstendemicplease do sendprovide, spendease or endpandemic The snam suad is an eight-line Irish poem and/or stanza. Here are basic guidelines: all lines have 3 syllables with the following rhyme pattern: aabcdddclines four and eight are 3-syllable words, all other lines end in monosyllabic wordslines two and three share consonancelines three … Continue reading Snam suad: A Plea

Deibide baise fri toin: Flying & Diving

When flyingwe live moments from dyingthe thrill will fulfill a willstill When divinga deadly rush is thrivingthe fall is a call to befree The deibide baise fri toin is an Irish poetic form with varying line lengths. Here are the basic guidelines: The poem and/or stanzas within the poem are quatrains (or 4-line stanzas).Rhyme scheme … Continue reading Deibide baise fri toin: Flying & Diving

Cro cumaisc etir casbairdni ocus lethrannaigecht: The Third Coming

Floors coated in newspaperpaint tins standing by,under the torn wallpaper,something caught my eye. Ancient text long forgotten,the message read clear.Jesus waz ere, twenty-ten,then, a sudden fear. If this tag was genuine,second coming gone,there must be a redesign,a third coming on. Now, how can I benefitYes, I think I know,The answer is evident:make a Netflix show … Continue reading Cro cumaisc etir casbairdni ocus lethrannaigecht: The Third Coming