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Garden of Life
Some relationships are seasonal 12.6.18
Life So Majestic
Oh to live among the clouds! So glorious So majestic A landscape of fluffy white terrain Plains of ever-changing glory Sloped hills of condensed rain Tops and peaks, brightened by the sun Row after row of sun kissed range Mountains in the sky Beauty that brings tears to your eyes unexplainable, unimaginable— The grace ofContinue reading “Life So Majestic”
Rhythm of Creation
I sit above the crowded streets, The wind gentle on my face It moves the tendrils of my hair, caressing my cheek like a lover would. It moves the leaves and flowers, Sending them singing in a mere whisper The sun charms the clouds to let it peek through, to shine its rays upon those belowContinue reading “Rhythm of Creation”
Listen to my new poem, “Flower.”
A New Future to Conquer History Swim The Color of Bravery
You stay locked in the dark corner of my mind. Forgotten. But then he has your name. He has your walk. I jump in my mind— skin prickling, heart racing, It wasn’t you. Why would it be you? But he had your shadow.
The word, It still holds power. I try it out on my lips, It makes me flinch. It plays unwanted scenes before my mind. I force the word out, offended by its existence. It’s casually spoken to devalue it, but internally I’m wincing. It still holds power— But I can chip away at it. .Continue reading “Power”
Fear kept me quiet. Fear you’d turn out to be exactly who I knew you were— who I knew you were but wanted to believe you were my heart’s expectations.
Dose of Reality
I used to obsess— it was pride. I knew I was the best he would ever get I thought that meant he’d wake up, treat me better Not worse. Each lie I absorbed through a kiss of apology. Broken down by manipulation Blinded to the truth My truth was the sweet as honey version heContinue reading “Dose of Reality”