Saturday, April 18, 2009

Poems by Liz Crockett

by Elizabeth Crocket

An echo of pure sadness
resounds in the stillness
while the night pines dance
without you

Moving On
by Elizabeth Crocket

Sad music on the radio
Crimson lipstick on the wine glass,
Your heart in my hands
Elizabeth Crocket writes short fiction, poetry and haiku. She has been published in Ascent Aspirations, RKVRY online journal, Roadrunner online journal, First Thought Poetry and more and has work forthcoming in The Mastadon Dentist, Word Riot, and Everyday Poems. Her first published piece was "The Pocket Watch" in Quick Brown Fox!

Note: For information about Brian Henry’s upcoming writing workshops and classes see here.

1 comment:

  1. What a great way to deal with the overpowering event of your life.
    Writing works for me too in processing life and events.


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