Link to work: http://dissidentvoice.org/2016/01/texas-penumbra/ Texas Penumbra I realized the Texas sunrise couldn’t be beautiful
because of the shadows, the ever looming colossus of weight that hovers right over every horizon, heavy with
hate. We claim that love conquers all and we kneel before a god that we claim thrives on that. But we
kick up dust in the face of that infatuation. I knew I was beautiful but weird. That this land nurtured me but was
Link to work: http://theplumtreetavern.blogspot.com/2016/01/earth-day-2015.html Earth Day 2015 Calbuco decided it was past time to make love to the sky
and with a violence reserved for Gods, she did.
How the clouds matured for her.
How they responded with an equal fury.
How the crackle of that spark lit up the world.
Illuminating eyes with a blanket of ash,
she stroked out a picture and put on a dance
for all us devils below.
Calbuco decided it was time to show o
Link to work: http://heroinchic.weebly.com/blog/2-poems-by-sarah-frances-moran Genius, Me, God and Zoloft Play Hide n Seek
I pull the covers over my eyes
every time I read a good poem.
Cowering behind equal parts awe and
I learned about this thing called Genius
from reading a lot of Langston Hughes.
But Genius is kind of like God.
It shows up when it wants to and even when it does
I’m not sure that it’s it.
I take Zoloft because sadness runs in my