As she appeared, on the stage, she gave a bow in modest. Her hands were limp, her knees were bent, she almost looked ragged. She then began, with a smile on her face, to carry out her performance. (a smile which never left, we all felt it couldn't.) She danced in the pretty dress that she wore, and … Continue reading The Dancing Puppet.
Have you ever looked in a mirror? Have you ever yourself seen? Have you ever believed? That you are all the hero that you need. If you make angels out of people If you make them a hero that you see How will you make yourself believe That you are the one that you need? They maybe smart They … Continue reading Hero/Heroine – Ballad, anaphora and epistrophe
While the fog engulfed all the innocence that it touched I sat here and waited for harmony to come. I saw them plead for justice, a justice that would never come. for who could ever reverse what was done? They asked, they begged, they cried and prayed for someone to just hear, to lift that fog away. … Continue reading The Fog.
Please read the text below instead of paining yourselves over the picture ahaha .__. how i wish, to have you home, little rodent, with a head shaped like a dome. your little paws, black beaded eyes, a tiny twitchy nose, smelling all the apple pies. your colored fur, mapping patterns on your body, make me … Continue reading Enjambment and Concrete – Animal – I want a pet Hamster.
Poem 1: Trust - [I] Saw you cry, a few Nights ago Oh, my love, Why did you not tell me before? For I promised, to always be there. Let me prove myself with A trust, I plead. A Knot I'll tie, a promise I'll keep, because I am Eternally, yours. Poem 2: Your trust in … Continue reading Trust.
How long did she wait? knowing she wasn't late. Bracing her heart with all her thoughts she stood up and walked away Note to self: I have realized that my poetry isn't from my heart - if it involves rules (yes limerick with mid sentence being shorter - I am looking at you; and you too, … Continue reading Limerick – Journey
You see calm tides, but the heart's filled with a storm, to blow away with it all. I tried. My very first haiku (after billions of other tried haikus). I did it in 17 words so yay! 😀 [Image courtesy: Google images]