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 Mar 2022
B L Costello
I loved when you took care of me,
You gave me everything,
Now your gone and all I want is you
Feeling a little melancholy.  You don't know what you've got till it's gone.  Forgive the cliche
 Dec 2021
Jason James
I can take a hint.
I'll remain
Radio silent today
So as not to
Ruin your holiday,
With any drama.

If you forgive me
Tell me,
I can't say I'm sorry anymore.
 Dec 2021
Dave Robertson
For every craven decision
undecided, so chums can slide,
callous in pursuit of cash,
kings of the UK trash pile

Borders discussed through arrogant huffs
on last minute deadlines that always die
rolling from meeting to meeting
indicated by all that foreign wine and cheese:
such is the country, such is the disease
 Dec 2021
I am but a snowy mountain
carrying the heavy weight
of my burning longings

I shall melt completely
to feel the sun’s warmth,
like my lover’s harmful touch

And although nothing will
remain of me in the morning,
I will go knowing I was loved
Different version
 Dec 2021
I swore not to write you,
but I cannot sleep
because I envy your pillow

How it carries
your curls, dreams,
and tears too

Your old bed sheets get
to inhale your scent while
I suffocate from your absence

I still remain in mine
burning, yearning,
dreaming of you

I will set fire to your bed,
so you would rest your
head upon my chest

Lay with me tonight
till you find your peace
on someone else’s
 Dec 2021
The irony of a life unshackled -
seemingly an advocate for freedom.

But only to find its beats forlorn,
as it serviced payments for past follies’

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