Poem: Still Not Enough

You praise my creativity Youu applaud my intelligence My strenght rises My work iin high esteem

Twinkle in Your Smile

You raise us up in the air Our laughter gives us joy Your smile widens Our happiness brightens The first time we see The twinkle in your eye   Your visits overflow with our accomplishments We sing We draw Piano keys are graced with our fingers Your joy rises and brings A twinkle in yourContinue reading “Twinkle in Your Smile”

Poem of the Week: Peace of It All

And we end National Poetry Month with a poem I written recently. Hope you enjoy and thanks for reading the Poems of the Week! Through the countryside The rolling hills The brisk wind The dewy smell English nature beckons a call Books pile high Cup of tea by my side I lay down on theContinue reading “Poem of the Week: Peace of It All”

March On

  Our voices were heard Our purpose was fought Pitchforks clenched in our hands Taking a large stab at injustice along the way   The Mall usually paved red, white and blue Pink looks good on the city streets The big Palace stands strong and defiant one day Quivers at out feet the very nextContinue reading “March On”

Poem: Force To Be Reckoned

Our voice was heard Our rights were won One day at a time We fought for what was right But one simple check of a box Set our stride back years The vote belittle us Ignorant men humor Pride wins over equality They think they won Power at their grasp But once given can beContinue reading “Poem: Force To Be Reckoned”

Poem: In A Matter of Hours, In A Matter of a Day

I wrote this poem in reflection of what has happened with the result of the Presdiential Election. I want to say that this is my OPINION and how I FEEL. I respect you ideals at least of all you can respect mine.   In a matter of hours In a matter of one day OurContinue reading “Poem: In A Matter of Hours, In A Matter of a Day”

Poem: Grateful

  Jagged scars Red and blue bruises All your actions All your words Left markings on my body. You thought brought me down Pushed me to my breaking point. But through my battles through my falls, I found myself rising, emerging from my tears. Now I don’t see my scars as pain. My scars tellContinue reading “Poem: Grateful”