Tag Archives: Myth

In Fugue

In Fugue  by Cam M. Roberts I The Fog is absconded in carriages of bluster where the wind wills her far away and fading – II Amid some semblance of swoon live those downcast eyes of hazel. Withheld adornments: Her … Continue reading

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No Exodus

No Exodus by Cam M. Roberts They say when an innocent victim of circumstance is taken away from the earth, that the state of injustice will rot through the tangle of sins, becoming inextricable from the on-setting  force which put all … Continue reading

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Eurydice

Eurydice                 by Cam M. Roberts (for Brook Davis) What words are you learning in the world underneath the feet of Orpheus? You mark the sheet of his bed like a footnote, Interesting … Continue reading

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Whale

Whale by Cam M. Roberts   A dwelling to resurrect Our inspiration, a splurge To splay our absolutism in two: Birthing out Creatures, Krakens, And Ghosts of the churning waters To hurl out dead answers onto shores Of uncertainty.  We … Continue reading

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