Katrina Thornley is a Rhode Island based author with 2 collections of poetry currently published. Arcadians: Lullaby in Nature and Arcadians: Wooden Mystics can both be found on Amazon as well as on www.seekatwrite.com.
Life is mass- A running tape, Of collected images, Sunsets to sunrise- Nightmare Through daydream sweat. A collection
I Earth groans, A monster's sound From below As humans watch channels Flicker, flicker As light goes. Rain? Not yet.
There's a lifeBehind a hidden door, That can't be found in the daylight Where faces fade and masks glow. It's in the bottom of an ocean
There was a current, In the way the words flowed, The way they passed through the air, Falling like the red and gold leaves
The pixelated mess Transformed the natural Blurring trees With the metal And crumbling the structure Created by ritual.
Morning rush Faces pass Faces smash. Predator fade- Hidden among- Order after order Eyes gleam Hungry for more Than just bread
I. Luna cringed There was fear below, Deep rooted, Saved beneath the base Of the oak trees, Stored in swaying reeds Of the ancient willow.
I. Our attention was squandered Spent like loose change Collected at bottom of purses- Forgotten in pockets like lint. We claimed it precious