Cold Truth

Photo by Tobias Bju00f8rkli on Pexels.com I don't want to be cold, frigid and bitter like the world. I want to shine like warm sunsets hoovering over frozen landscapes. Tomorrow isn't promised but I want to live a life I can be proud of. Even if that means foregoing opportunistic love. I want to hold … Continue reading Cold Truth

Poets Are Not A Monolith: YOU

Photo by Esha Montgomery Earlier this month, I stood in-front of my table selling poetry books, mugs, handmade fabrics and jewelry. A tall fellow comes by and begins to thumb the pages in one of the books. With a slight grin he says, I thought poetry is supposed to be sweet. I replied, No, I … Continue reading Poets Are Not A Monolith: YOU

Poetry Analysis: Sounds Like Pearls

Poetry Analysis Article 1 Analysis of Sounds Like Pearls Sounds Like Pearls Sounds Like pearls Roll off your tongue To grace this eager ebon ear. Doubt and fear, Ungainly things, With blushings Disappear. Written by Maya Angelou Sounds Like Pearls is a simple and uplifting poem from the book Just Give Me a Cool Drink … Continue reading Poetry Analysis: Sounds Like Pearls

The Joy Of Freedom

Photo by Eva Elijas on Pexels.com The Joy Of Freedom The world doesn't understand poets... Because we bare our soul. We say and write the pain That no one wants the public to know. But that's the thing about self-expression It's an opening and closing door that leads to FREEDOM Love always, Esha ❤

Elite Rules

Photo by Chevanon Photography on Pexels.com Elite Rules The rules never apply to those who make them. They only apply to common folk. Who work hard but are still broke. But we make car engines purr... We make planes soar... We stitch the ensembles fashion week in Paris adores... But the elites build the reality … Continue reading Elite Rules