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Thursday, 13 June 2019

Book Giveaway: Grand Theft Life by Katya Mills



 
 


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        Daughter of Darkness by Katya Mills
   

   

     


          Daughter of Darkness
     
     


          by Katya Mills
     

     

         
            Giveaway ends June 26, 2019.
         
         
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Wednesday, 12 June 2019

like a poem will never be written

how does one describe the exhalation of breath the incomplete gesture the tangible space suddenly apparent?

there is a part of me died with you a fragment a trailing cry pulling at my hair wanting to lash out and break...

something to see the color of my blood as a way in...as a way out to look for you

all this is like a poem that never will be written. to die to find you. to leave this alien place premature and come home. 

Sunday, 9 June 2019

my chemical free life minus coffee

two weeks back i saw a window and took it. gave up coffee. a storm system spread across my sky. i got sick but nothing compared to dope sick 7 years ago. just a mighty headache is all. now i start my mornings with triple leaf green tea and a smile. against all odds. i live and love my chemical free life. i can hold my head high again. i can look you in the eyes again. i worked so hard to get here. dear God, i am down on my knees...asking how can i be of maximum use? thank you for opening my eyes.

Sunday, 2 June 2019

summer

reticent was the dawn ona summer morning. the birds chatted outlandishly at the edge of the river. all the people couldn't bother. full of coffee stepping on it, reaching speeds just shy of too fast for the highway.   -katya

still life '19

summer got diluted by the stained glass. some kids were playing chess in the soft light behind. a fish in a bowl swam in it. the heat lost its arrogance on the sill. The dog asleep and the cat, up high and still.  -katya

Nectarine

I picked a nectarine out from the fruit market. My spirits rose. I took a bite and looked up. I saw the outline of the moon in a blue sky and thanked God.  -Katya