Category: Poetry

Poem: It’s What I Got

If that day ever arrives, I will not thank you, even if you beg. You will not be able to use my name. That will be for sure. That will be for sure. One year of learning turned into twenty-five years of payback. And… Continue Reading “Poem: It’s What I Got”

Three Poems By Edgar Guest

These are the kind of poems and messages I needed today. I feel like doing many things today and yet, I’m having a hard time dealing with my blurry vision (caused by my allergies and probably other circumstances I need to pay more attention… Continue Reading “Three Poems By Edgar Guest”

Poem: Finger Snap

If I snap my fingers, will all my mistakes be undone? Will all the years I have kicked myself for doing this and doing that be erased? No, I don’t think so. No, it’s not possible. No, it can’t be done. This isn’t a… Continue Reading “Poem: Finger Snap”

Poem: I Once Knew You

I stand before you not as a friend or enemy. You once regarded me worthy to hold your hand, as you puked alongside the toilet after a night’s drinking. Who do you think got rid of the foul smell? It was I who pulled… Continue Reading “Poem: I Once Knew You”

Poem: Mystical Mood

You affect something within me, not in a twisted way. One could describe it as the kind of wonder, wanting more. I could fly as the mythical phoenix restoring its power. The voice transporting me into a new wonderful. I will swim in the… Continue Reading “Poem: Mystical Mood”

Seven Haiku Poems

A Crooked Mouth Pearly whites appear, Mouth upturned at the corners, The smile wide again. A Winter Hibernation Gather hairs and rocks, Stuff them into hibernation. Close eyes to the light. The Lotus Disappears Sacred roots deep down, Deliciously edible, Nighttime disappears. The Sight… Continue Reading “Seven Haiku Poems”

Poem: Filling the Jar

Fill the jar with red cinnamon bears. Eat them until your mouth burns. Fill the jar with black sunflower seeds. Suck the salt before you crack the shells. Fill the jar with green jellybeans. Eat them until your stomach hurts. Fill the jar with… Continue Reading “Poem: Filling the Jar”

Poem: Big Dipper

This is called for what it is, between the third and fourth hour, and it is called man.  It hums and sings louder with every beat.  It draws into itself, tall with fingers as willowy as his body. It is kindness that people enjoy… Continue Reading “Poem: Big Dipper”

Poem: Shakespeare Vs. Poe

(I haven’t gotten my story back from the proofreader and I haven’t wanted to write my second novel idea. So here’s my poem based of the dream I had about Shakespeare and Poe arguing about the correct way to write a poem. While I… Continue Reading “Poem: Shakespeare Vs. Poe”

Poem: Cancel Culture

Grab it all up in your arms and put it in a black bag. This is what we don’t need anymore. All of it needs to be forgotten and dumped in the landfill. But at what result? At what cost? Cities should be more… Continue Reading “Poem: Cancel Culture”

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