Reflection – Poem

Fear touch those who fear fester

Leave them be

And they will someone else pester

© Christopher Stamfors

Righteous – Poem

Stand tall

Your hand is just

Burry that hatchet

into the temple crust

Let the blood course

over the sinners body

God will forgive you

if you his son embody


© Christopher Stamfors

Unseen Shadows – Poem

Where am I heading,

is a question often unseen

The future is now

And only a fool would attempt,

to glean further than we perceive

Yet we must try,

at the hands of the judger

For nothing is more important

Than the approval,

of the faith one muster


© Christopher Stamfors

Fantasy – Poem

On the run

A boyhood lost

His future uncertain

And his past,

an inferno

Is he alone?

In this world most frightened?

Where danger lurk

At every quirk

Ney, for she leads him away

To her home

He was astray

Adventure called their name

To find the legacy

Both their people sought,

with dismay.


To the uninitiated: this site was created, at first, for the purpose of one story, that is called “Book of Legacy.” I’ve been working on it for two years, (on and off) and though it may take many more years before I’m satisfied, please enjoy this synopsis of the first few chapters written in verse.

 

A Writer’s Illusion – Poem

A writer is mad for the stories he tell

Worlds and people he conjure up,

What else can one say?

They go through life,

Looking dimly into the unknown

What do they find,

That no one else is shown?


© Christopher Stamfors

Go Away – Poem

All walks of life,

Has different roads to take

One may go with the other

And the other might go away


© Christopher Stamfors

Raven’s Shriek – Poem

Pest, war and famine,

emptied the streets

The city echoed quietly

Through the raven’s shriek

Beaks black; now scarlet

There was enough to go around

Must devour quickly,

before the rats come


© Christopher Stamfors

 

Fear Stricken – Poem

Face your fear

Then turn away

Don’t risk gazing

At the icy cold

That pierce your shame

Escape,

before it learns your name


© Christopher Stamfors

 

Love’s a Reminder – Poem

Love a thing,

maybe two.

Surround yourself with it

And let the love shine through

Of the things we must do

 

Restrictions – Poem

Life is often easier than it seem

Restrictions bound by minds

Who knows naught

The rules in which we see