A poem about Kindness in it's most under used form.
So, Tonight, I will sit, And count the stars, One by one for you, All of them up high, I won't forget, When Counting, To Count, You.
A poem about a couple arguing one storms out the other is left longing for their return. When they don't they go outside to call their name....
A poem about looking for someone you miss in the daily tasks of life, but always knowing they are never far away.
A poem about when you see someone you love, you heart is racing, you mind runs away but when they hold you life becomes so still and there is just the two of you in that moment.
A poem about how children's books tell the same story with a happy ending but real life doesn't reach the same expectations.
A poem about how you don't need to follow the crowd and 'drink the toxic drinks' that society lay out for us. Just because you see others do it doesn't mean you should fall into the trap.
This is a call to the human race, The biggest battle that we will face, Ready the soldiers, we're going to war, This is something we should all stand for. The mechanical battle begins today, That of the past may just be the best way. The inflation of technology, a war must commence, Line up... Continue Reading →
She walks down a path, There's a clearing in the wood, A large lake lies still. She sits by the side, Evaluating the life, Under the surface.For under the still, Is a world we never knew, The surface hides it. She looks at her face, Reflected in the water, More than meets the eye. As under the layer, Of the girls exterior, Is a life she hides. For just... Continue Reading →
This poem is all about discovering a love that makes you feel alive, not just settling for something lukewarm. Love is an emotion that is meant to make you feel something. Find one that makes you feel alive.
And yet still the broken live, a message that though people get battered emotionally they still go out and live life in society.
The first day of National Poetry Writing Month. This is a poem about fighting beauty standards set out by magazines. Similarly to how magazines 'Cut and Paste' parts of the models body they like to create this perfect image, this poem tells the story of a girl who wishes to cut and paste her own version of beauty onto her body. It is about the battle we face trying to live up to unrealsitic beauty standards.