Poetry: The Harbor of Deceit

pollution-heartTherin Knite is a new member to Infinite Pathways with a love for all things literary. Her poem The Harbor of Deceit has one of the most eloquent uses of end-rhyme I’ve seen in a long time.  Her dark, dystopian imagery speaks on multiple levels leaving readers with a sense of truth verging on insanity.

Give it a read!

woman-silhouette - Therin KniteTherin Knite is a 22-year-old college senior majoring in Finance and English who occasionally writes speculative fiction and has the odd delusion of literary stardom. She writes every length of litearary work known to man, from flash fiction to epic-length novels, but her genres are a bit more limited.  Her short stories and flash pieces ten to be any genre she’s in the mood for that day, while anything longer is pretty much limited to some variant of sci-fi or fantasy (50% Dark, 50% Snark).  Mostly sci-fi though. Knite lives in a humble little place known as the Middle of Nowhere, Virginia and spends every possible second of free time reading books and writing what may possibly qualify as books.

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