Silver Serpent Books (Nathalie Daux)
Bachelors in English and Creative Writing. Slytherin. Interested in all the rocks people have forgotten to turn over. There are whole worlds in there, you know.
Flesh and Stone
The Giants live. ___________ They breath in thin oxygen and exhale storm clouds. Wishes and dreams larger than the life in our veins
On The Nature Of A Storm
I swing from the rooftops Grasping the umbilical cord of the storm, Leaping from bolt to bolt and narrowly Outrunning the rumbling disapproval
The Hope Of Midnight
Sinking, drowning, and drinking up The murky waters left in your wake. Deliciously poisoned apples bobbing on the waves
Season of The Witch
Dancing on the frigid currents of change, Autumn arrives with a thunderous roar, A sharp clap of frost that snaps our eyes
Error In My Mind
There's an error in my brain, A virus running rampant And destroying the delicate memories Of long-gone autumns, Trees that have cracked and given
Georgia, My Heart
The pear tree sat triumphantly on the horizon where it always had, catching the early rays of sunshine spilling over the forest at the edge of the fields. The forest behind the man, the one he had dragged himself through the previous night, was little more than a bad memory as he took in the glorious, golden canopy of smooth, green leaves kissed by dawn. Lucky to not be in its pungent flowering season, the weary man donning a brown uniform torn to shreds and splotched with blood smiled, splitting his dry lips.
I wonder and worry about the rays of light Trickling into my mind that have triggered a blight Among my crops and displaced the ocean of dreams
The Flight Of The Blackbird
I had a family once. Or something like it. There were parties full of laughter. Teary goodbyes. Quiet evenings sharing fears, confessions, and tender glances. There was even the strange, drunk uncle who seldomly visited but always brought a brand of not-quite-believable stories with him when he arrived. We gathered ‘round shoulder to shoulder to listen to those wild tales. I bled for them. Cried for them. Would have rolled over and died for them.