Month: May 2018

day 141

daily poem

hello midnight  because you hold me like it means something like all breath in my body is precious air like you want to read the unwritten stories in my mind. kathryn lyster

day 136

daily poem

Saturday silence  better before I saw you your face all puffed up with snow had to run to the cliffs watch waves bash rocks surfers defy gravity remember that I was once a woman who danced barefoot freely beloved. kathryn lyster 

day 134

daily poem / poetry blog

flying solo  i                           i am                      am not                     not scared               afraid of                        of the                     eating dark        […]

day 132

daily poem / poetry blog

little hut  a house on the cliff over the beach set like a cave in salt bush + mists i can’t help but want it how it hides from eyes til sunsets hit windows + gold glass panes flicker into pink skies. kathryn lyster   

day 128

daily poem / poetry blog

moon tree startling white gumtree rising from concrete carpark lunch time cafe full of workers hot cars wrenched in brains on full steam luminous trunk glows silver but i’m the only one who sees her. kathryn lyster

day 122

daily poem / poetry blog

so much yes i want to swim right here with evening seagulls settling in waves cresting onto wet sandstone foam hiss so loud my thoughts go numb deep clear jelly sea spread green where the best things are still free how did i get as lucky as this moment unfolding at the bottom of my street kathryn lyster      

day 115

daily poem

second chance  you can look at a familiar thing again & realise you were completely utterly wrong. don’t beat yourself up. we weren’t taught to see in the dark. kathryn lyster