Category Archives: Poetry

The facebook status

If I could phrase my joy and praise in a sentence or two to be perfectly placed within the perimeters of a facebook status, I would. However, my skill at that lacks, and the contrary facts, between people with and … Continue reading

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When I’m tempted

to tell you about all the things I have overcome and all that I have suffered tempted to tell you every detail in defense of myself and my current weakness when I’m tempted to prove myself to you to show … Continue reading

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The Kindergarteners got me sick.

Tired eyes Sneezing soon Scratchy throat Sick doom. Ankle aches Throbbing leg Burning neck Oh heck. Becoming sick Hurry quick! Liquids, tea Vitamin C! Get better now! Hurry somehow. Things to do No time for you To sit around And … Continue reading

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Blah.

I …am all creative-d out. I can no longer tell what’s funny and what’s just a ranting bout. This is what happens when I run out of ways to think. I start stupidly rhyming, and I rhyme more than I … Continue reading

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Anger that brings tears.

I’m suffocating in the sin and loneliness, lost completely and wishing to be found, restlessly waiting for something or someone to make me better. I am discontent, yet again. Angry. Angry at Mom for being right Angry at myself for … Continue reading

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Thank you!

I don’t know who was praying, or what sacrifice was made, but I feel a million times better and unlike myself, so I know someone must have prayed. Three days ago I was miserable, two days past I was simply … Continue reading

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Just let me write

I can manage being alone, home and anywhere else.I can handle no phone calls, no letters, no wishes of health.I can take complete solitude, bear it with a grin,But I cannot live without a paper and a pen. Give me … Continue reading

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