Deep in Thought

I am Heavy Beside the Flowers

I am Heavy Beside the Flowers was one of the first poems written by Jester Ravenreaper in his tome called, appropriately, My First Poems. Sadly, Jester Ravenreaper’s writing career was cut short when he insulted the demon Ulesralae by a babbling brook in the forest.

Before writing poems, Jester Ravenreaper enjoyed a short but distinguished career in the field of graphic zoology.

Roses in Watercolor

I am Heavy Beside the Flowers

Strangely scary over the grave
I battle luminous gems above the ground
Awake! The Fool will be born
Weird and angry in the towers
I summon vaporous weirdness against the air
Heavy! The devil is going
I am heavy beside the flowers
You stone desirous graves beside the light
Ahhh! The stink has died
backlit alive
saying goodbye
a backward glance
Out of whose dream
the god
unlearn his past
not knowing why