Hands and walls striped, Layer after layer until both Are bare and raw. By the time bleach splashed Into my eyes I was too high Off the sterile sweltering aroma To care that the tingle Engulfed my vision. Going blind was beautiful. A kaleidoscope tunnel, Swirled in rainbow shine. It twinkled bright like crystal Sparkling light. Icy water Rinsed out all the resin While chilling my sight. I wonder, As lucidity returns Will bleach purge The corruptions, The toxins, The impurities of you?
This is Kaitlyn's first collection to be published. She has written many poems over the years, capturing her experience of this thing called life. The works in "Savory Sweet Yet Darkly Twisted" range from light and airy, to dark and dramatic; putting into words the joy, sadness, triumph, and heartache that everyone can relate to on a human level.
Icebergs drifting in a line, one by one and side by side. I know you see them, seemingly fine. With what’s below will you collide? One by one and side by side, all our worries and fears intertwine. With what’s below will you collide? We’ll crash as we align. All our worries and fears intertwine. Isolation is only a frame of mind. We’ll crash as we align. We hold one another below the divide. Isolation is only a frame of mind. I know you see, seemingly fine. We hold one another below the divide. Icebergs drifting in a line.