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Tag Archives: Poetry
It started in seventh grade; Glossed over the foundation. Picture changed from clear to grain, Anxious in anticipation. My name once held a certain caché, Despite my reservations. But I threw it all away For the comfort in isolation. Now … Continue reading
How you treat others Is a direct reflection Of how you feel About yourself. I am that I am. And you are who you are. So let’s build each other up Instead of tearing one another apart.
Faded photographs, Crumpled up in my top drawer. They keep me up at night, Speak volumes of all that we’ve endured. They’ve led us to this moment in time. It all happens so fast; In the blink of an eye, … Continue reading
You swallowed up such a big piece of my history, And now I don’t know if I’m meant to be unhappy For eternity. Maybe in due time, the stars will align And I’ll have my chance to shine. But until … Continue reading
I’m having one of those days Where nothing’s going my way. No, I’m not OK. But what’s the use anyway? I could tell you I got no sleep last night And I’m anything but fine. But instead I’ll swallow my … Continue reading