“The Truth of Madness” by Tina McFarlane

 

You call me mad
Just because I see what you do not
Do you so fear the truth?
I can see you
See you for what you really are
And that terrifies you
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As a writer, I have a dual nature, and love both the light and the dark. They each bring out a different side of me. Writing gives me the chance to explore both.

Here, in this special place, you will find my darkness.

“The Beauty of the Troubled Mind” by Tina McFarlane

The girl

She’s special, or maybe just simple
Electro-shock makes her scream
She bites her tongue off
They like their levers and their needles
That pierce her and make her moan
Soon they will break her

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As a writer, I have a dual nature, and love both the light and the dark. They each bring out a different side of me. Writing gives me the chance to explore both.

Here, in this special place, you will find my darkness.

“Our Music” by Tina McFarlane

Your kiss upon my lips
Holds broken promises

Your tenderness lies
A trick of the body and the mind

I listen to your heart
I feel it beating
To the sound of another

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As a writer, I have a dual nature, and love both the light and the dark. They each bring out a different side of me. Writing gives me the chance to explore both.

Here, in this special place, you will find my darkness.

“Her Five Senses” by Tina McFarlane

Taste
She whispered in the angel’s ear
I ate your soul…it tasted of honey

Sight
She gazed into her child’s eyes
Unable to escape its void

Hearing
The sound enraptured her
And tore her spirit apart

Touch
The claws drew blood
The caress drew something else

Smell
His form smelled
Of strawberries and death

 

As a writer, I have a dual nature, and love both the light and the dark. They each bring out a different side of me. Writing gives me the chance to explore both.

Here, in this special place, you will find my darkness.

“A Story of Love” by Tina McFarlane

 

“Goodbye.”
With one word he carved my soul
And feasted on its flesh

My heart was strong enough
To carry the world
But fragile enough
To be crushed by loss

So delicate
That a wall of stone now stands to protect it

I may suffer
But never again for love
For my thoughts now lie in empty meadows
Of withered stalks and unhallowed ground

My wall now stands a dark castle
And I am queen

 

 

As a writer, I have a dual nature, and love both the light and the dark. They each bring out a different side of me. Writing gives me the chance to explore both.

Here, in this special place, you will find my darkness.