Posts Tagged ‘poetry’

  • Blue Eyes Climbing In The Rain (a poem) by Luke Mehall

    Oct 11, 17 • 458 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    In the desert in rains In the desert climber brains Can think of nothing but climbing But climbing is not the answer Climbing after a good rainstorm Was the result of a bad brainstorm Instagram has your mind warped Get back to your conscious Your common sense...

  • Go To The Desert (a poem) by Luke Mehall

    May 3, 17 • 1262 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    Go to the desert Or whatever place Is The Desert To You by Luke Mehall, photo by: Greg Cairns For me it’s The Desert You know why I capitalized that shit The blue sky Doesn’t know that Donald Trump is President And maybe, you too. Should forget...

  • Walmart Parking Lot (a poem) by Georgie Abel

    Mar 16, 17 • 1753 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    by Georgie Abel (photo by Dylan Hightower) I was this close To forgetting what it feels like To sleep in a Walmart parking lot Somewhere in between totally fine and   Rock bottom   But probably rock bottom because You’re totally fine Listening to...

  • Freedom (a poem) by Luke Mehall

    Jul 1, 16 • 1512 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    Freedom, where are you? I found you briefly, growing up in the flatlands And then, you were flattened By growing up, taking tests Who would have known to fail was the best? I failed so many times I failed at failure Wailing with the prospect that I had...

  • My Golden Era (a poem) by Elliot Natz

    May 29, 16 • 714 Views • Climbing CultureNo Comments

    by Elliot Natz Note: This piece is published in The Climbing Zine, Volume 10 photo of towers in Canyonlands National Park, Utah by Luke Mehall   Golden era equals a time of discovery And building of passion An era of exponential growth     We...