Sample Poetry: previously published poems


Here are some samples of my poetry.

These are some poems of mine that were originally published on my allpoetry account ( which has since been deleted. I have decided to post a few of these poems as a sample of my work.

All poems are my original work.

Thank you for reading!!!

In the Night

by A. Hansen on July 6, 2016.

Under the glowing moon,
iridescent light casts shadows
of figures that howl
and the night becomes a
time where the netherworld
bleeds into reality.

(in the spring) CLOUDS

by A. Hansen on March 23, 2015.

Weightless, we swim through the sky.
Winds blow, folding us together.We are mystic waves colliding
in the crystal blue,
with a sweetness in the air.Sweeping, seeping, falling,
we only vanish when the sun sinks
and disappears.

City Sun

by A. Hansen on January 19, 2015.

Drinking in the sun
golden leaves unfurl
radiant words glitter
among gasoline rainbows
turpentine, pavement and tar
boiling hot and thick
the skin smells-blisters rise.
burning under the sky
we rest on broken glass
and garbage.
city life suits us well.

Death (pt.3)

by A. Hansen on December 21, 2014.

Bathed in mists
and blues,
sea foam froth
paints my hair,
I disintegrate slowly,
Poisoned by your blues.You cut into me,
sharp knives like fangs,
to gnaw and break
my bones.A tortured heart,
I sacrificed my soul,
and you tore me limb from limb
throwing me back into the blue
that I pulled you from.

If you are reading this, thank you for taking time out of your day to read my poems. I hope you return in the future!
Thank you!

6 thoughts on “Sample Poetry: previously published poems

  1. ‘City sun’ is excellent and very raw. Works well for any city dweller. I especially like the ‘among gasoline rainbows
    turpentine’ – nice work!

    Liked by 1 person

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