Start with a line A series of words that were never meant to meet each other watch them mingle and laugh politely at one another's jokes while pouring drinks and taking each other's numbers watch them go to the movies after a dinner and take strolls at midnight watch them get comfy and hug and … Continue reading How to Write a Poem
after all, she was still young, a neophyte to society.
We're like chunks of ice in the water, who contribute to one another.
What is it? What has it given me? What has it taken from me?
The great outdoors, mud, mountains, and more Jungles with trees swaying in the breeze Rivers, real clear fish, fungi, all here Deserts, barren and dry frozen at night Golden sunshine, pink skies, sunrise. The great outdoors, beauty galore.
Two legs to walk Two hands to work Two eyes to see Two ears to hear One nose to breath One mouth to speak One mind to think One heart to feel The most valuable of things, We have only a couple. These are the things One can control. Outside of these, The sea will … Continue reading Control
Winds that can swipe my words Out of my mouth, away from your ears never to be heard You must be deaf to me I do not blame you – the decision was not yours of what you wanted to be Is the fault then mine? Have I failed to have spoken to … Continue reading The Winds
A ray of sunshine A ray of moonlight A gleam in the darkness A spark of fire Bright green in a desert Bright yellow in the fog Bright red in the grass Bright white in the night sky In a cave, Way below the ground In the sky Way above the land In the snow, … Continue reading It’s Everywhere
I see exquisite in the unnoticed mist above the sea hiding a beauty far more entrancing, one that none could ever imagine mist holding secrets unopened I see exquisite in the glares of sunlight never acknowledged being smothered by the arrogant sun no glance at the rays delivering gifts from above I see exquisite in … Continue reading The Exquisite Modesty
Tempting it was to follow her, Tempting it was to hold her hand, Tempting it was to never let go, Tempting it was to always stay close. But temptation wasn't strong enough To drown me I broke the surface, and now I'm floating.