Many many ways to sayPlease stayDon't goHundred of daysSince we saidhelloChaos destruction madnessand twornadosWhen your shadow is cursedWhat is worseLiving low dying alone orDesiring you for Thousand more years
A sonnet on winter, pain and death.
A poem about addiction and our world.
Turns out I love food, and have written poems on them. At my last count there were enough to have this thought turn into a blog post! If you love food, and like reading some poems, then you are in the right place. Here are some of the warm nuzzling poems to keep you grounded … Continue reading Poems on Food
The fallen leaf is a lyrical poem on the last days of a leaf expressing the fragile state of human life.
An ode to pizza with tantalizing toppings of rhyming words & delicious aroma of a poem
He's called a coin collector Who counted far too many stars His days were filled with melancholic roses While his evenings were filled with laughs A drumming sensationalist, he could've been a big super star Had he not collected his broken dreams and kept them surrounded by his scars
Slippery fingers holding on to the cliff And that feeling never fades The rubble makes it even more difficult As aggressive fingers latch up on the pockets Of the cliff which itself is intent on destroying itself And take you with it Not giving up. Falling is too hard. You keep up. But it … Continue reading Desperation a Poem
World crumbling down earth shattering into million pieces sadness ripping through the warm flesh with cold corners of isolation there is no hope no tomorrow no solace no food no joy no water no soul no nourishment to stay alive and yet the heart beats stronger to be saved, rescued, brought home to conquer fears, … Continue reading Poem on Fear
When moving on is bad, and the baggage is heavy.