The Show Tell Project

For Seymour's Fat Lady

Thoughts on Blonde

by fyarlgiles

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What is it about

fair blonde hair

that makes me feel less nervous?

Whether it be warm and gooey

like honey

or pale

and soft like

lemonfeathers,

it always baths my mind in

calm.

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 So-

just before

the daylight dies

–just before the dawn of dreams

I wish for a woman

with locks of light

to make my night as warm as

tea.

” I wish for a Woman” by Angie Hoover-Hillhouse

Artwork: Emotional  Ups and Downs & Fogpak #3 by Filmout

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In the Obscuring Mist

by fyarlgiles

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I kiss the air for she is me.

In the darkness there’s a body there.

Sultry night on top of me.

I hold myself — I kiss the air.

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My body pale make love to thee.

You blind me with black widow hair.

You blind my eyes — I cannot see.

I hold myself and kiss the air.

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You seduce with trickery.

You trick me with your shadow snare.

I bare my soul for you to see —

Alas that there is no one there.

“Untitled” by Vanessa Cate

Artwork by Hugo Barros, Louis Riley, and Random Dan; click on photos for more information

Art Heap: Lost Lines

by fyarlgiles

 

 Here–

there are

minds ————-lost

in the

  fairy-fizzled fog.

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Faceless

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Galaxius

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Smoke

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Spellbound

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Masquerade

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Bring Me Back

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Hereafter

Artwork by Jumpstick

Never Yours

by fyarlgiles

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When a girl has sails in her eyes

do not try to kiss her ruby-stained lips

or pet her porcelain wrists

for she

 belongs

to the salted waves of adventure

that crash

and break

against your hopeful

hands

“Advice for The Optimist” by Angie Hoover-Hillhouse

 

One is the Loneliest Number

by fyarlgiles

Today begins our newest series:

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One is the Loneliest number:

Art, poetry, and miscellaneous pieces  that explore isolation, abandonment, imprisonment, separation, and loneliness

Artwork: The End of a Love Affair by Hugo Barros