Let’s see if I can kick start this blog again. This post seems like an appropriate reminder for this time of year. We have much to be grateful for. Jessie They buried Jessie’s older brother today he just finished … Continue reading
Never Meant For You Just because you’re my grand obsession my beautiful poetic muse doesn’t mean these little words were meant for you we both know there is a clock by my bed that marks every lonely hour you’re … Continue reading
Pretty Girl Unloved She was the last leaf on a dying tree Hanging from a barren branch Too frightened to be free Unloving winds made her rock and sway Disconnected from her twig She was forever castaway Unwanted and … Continue reading
Pantomime She loved him in loud silence her heart cried out in quiet agony every day that she went unnoticed led to barren nights lost in chastity She loved him from a distance thought she worked by his side … Continue reading
The Best Of Me If I had the chance to relive my life I would undo every error I made like knots in my laces then my new life would be regret free and after all the corrections I would … Continue reading
Life In An Hour Glass Sometimes I feel as if I live in an hour glass, buried beneath a ton of relentless sand. We run, work, stay busy Make grand plans for the tomorrows that arrive much too soon. … Continue reading
Imperfections Because of him you believe you are damaged goods, but your imperfections fit perfectly with mine Photo taken from Google Images.
The Geometry Of Women Don’t need to be a mathematician or genius to postulate on the female form. For women were meant to have curves. So it doesn’t matter from which side we admire their figures, I am certain every … Continue reading
The Selfie Queen The Selfie Queen Never met a mirror She didn’t love Until one day She was trapped In a house of mirrors That only reflected The ugliness inside.
The Story Behind Your Smile A sad tale resides inside every tear that moistens our cheeks A legend illustrates the scars we wear like proud badges A saga explains the triumphs and tragedies of our lives The only thing I … Continue reading