I cannot play with you Today. I cannot take the time Today. But if you love me, take me Today. Save me from my duty Today. Remind me to live, to play Today. Or I might not care if I see Tomorrow. Continue reading Play with Me
Appreciate I cannot stand to see the way people make people cry. I cannot breathe when I see the suffering and struggling denied. Why can’t we all help each other to live our honest best? Why do we allow one dishonest soul to spoil it for the rest? Before you rise remember how precious is the dawn, With all the world must face, it’s a … Continue reading Appreciate, a poem
THANK YOU! I am so appreciative of all the support I’ve received while publishing the inclusive compilation, “Their Love, A Poetry Refuge”! You can pick up the #Kindle eBook free this weekend (Saturday, February 19, 2022, 12:00 AM PST to Sunday, February 20, 2022, 11:59 PM PST)! I will put the international links below, or you can find […] Free Poetry eBook! Share the Love! Continue reading Free Poetry eBook! Share the Love!
Morning comes.Here i lie,To myself,About my day.I’ll get things done,I have a plan.To achieve,What i may.But I’m pretty clear,With honesty,I wont doAll that i plan.Ill end my day,Wishing hardThat i hadTaken command.Perhaps i willPretend toGo back in timeAnd do it right.Start again Right now, here,Get up. AchieveAll that I might. Continue reading All That I Might
Depressed Shout out to the depressed Just trying to get by. Keeping eyes open With regurgitated lies I don’t feel happy I’m not even that sad I say I’m hopeful So they don’t feel bad It’ll be okay If tomorrow ever comes But I’ll still be struggling To believe in the dawn. Hello, friends! I thought I’d share a little ditty I wrote as 2020 … Continue reading Pet Hamster Zombie; a Short Commentary on the Longevity of Feeling Meh
Bridget floated, unafraid. Face up to the stars, awed by skies too full of pinpricks of light to be real. The living ocean waving up and down, gently. Slipping to her right. Sliding to her left in the dark. Drifting now and yearning to stay here and just sleep. Shadows shift below while feelings sink within her, raw. Beneath, her, thick-skinned and cold. Tail moving … Continue reading Shift, a Poem
Weird to have a warning for a 4-line poem about a coffee mug, but… if you are triggered by suicide, best to avoid this post. Empty vessel, once full of life, Waiting, ready to be cleansed. Solid but useless without the drug, Nothing but darkness, time to end. Just a little something I wrote because of a visual prompt. A visual prompt is when you … Continue reading Elegy of the Coffee Mug
Violet and gold, Green and gray, There never was another way. Blue and black, Candy apple red, I won’t forget what was said. Strawberry tarts, Pumpkin pie, A grain of truth in every lie. Cherry danish, Lemon meringue, I won’t be coming here again. Orange and peach, Nectarine and grape, I don’t think it’s a mistake. Cantaloupe, And honeydew, I’ll be better off without you. … Continue reading The Last Holiday, A Rhyme