Poem: Words Work

  Words Work by Shannon P. Laws   Consume whole sentences into your being by writers who never flew, can’t be true Hide in ignorance, uneducated writers that mass of writers Eat those words Dotted on the page set for the digestive tract turned for blood I wallow in my own mind this clay ofContinue reading “Poem: Words Work”

Poem: Cut Out

Cut Out A woman travels far to find out who she is Today I am paper cut into a snowflake pasted on a dark blue page Rain scratches through a nearby grove It is you, crossing the room to grab your keys Cold air makes my nose run Words make my eyes water Shivers shakeContinue reading “Poem: Cut Out”