To the end of the earth, we tread.
A million miles pressed into our feet.
It ends here, where you rest your head,
weary and worn with defeat.
This landscape challenges all sanity.
Against the rocks, an intrinsic glare.
This is the end of all humanity
where your weight is mine to bear.
© Kayleigh Redwine January 10th, 2011
It's a chilly evening.
Our breath, billowing.
Every offset light,
framing her face.
Our frantic ears,
scrambling to keep pace.
The simple warmth
of a flushed cheek
sends my mind reeling.
And the exquisite contours
of a trembling hand,
© Kayleigh Redwine December 27th, 2010
Built against the sky,
lets watch them crumble
at our feet.
Emerge, with me,
from the wreckage.
And I'll carry the weight of your world.
© Kayleigh Redwine November 29th, 2010
I don't know what this is,
where we are,
or how it came to be.
All I know is I believe in it,
believe in you,
and what you give to me.
© Kayleigh Redwine November 9th, 2010
A brief moment of clarity.
From this mold,
I've made a home.
I'm slipping through the cracks,
so keep up with me.
J'ai été témoin de toute une forme nouvelle de la beauté.
Gardez-moi ici, dans cet endroit.
© Kayleigh Redwine November 4th, 2010
While I deteriorated,
and the edges unfurled,
I found your name.
Somewhere in me,
along the fault line,
you were etched in dust.
© Kayleigh Redwine October 6th, 2010
Peel away my face.
Navigate. Search. Delve.
I want you to tear me to shreds.
Leave my parts on the floor.
And most importantly,
tell me what you see.
© Kayleigh Redwine August 16th, 2010