Photo by Vie Studio on Pexels.com How Are You? Whenever someone asks, How are you? I answer with a customary response... I'm well and you, Escapes my mouth like a chiseled lie I've practiced a thousand and one times Yet the taste of it leaving my tongue is still bittersweet I recite delicate lines … Continue reading How Are You?
This poem is dedicated to my Grandmother. In Memory Your eyes were soaked in the honey of hope Faint crows feet stood watch nearby No matter the time of day You would always laugh, smile And indulge in the happiness of life I can still recall The gray, thick curls falling loose To … Continue reading In Memory
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Showtime I ran the gamut for you Broke down walls That you couldn't see through Wiped away tears with my heart's tissues When your face chipped like stone I took you to the creator And prayed before the throne Now you desecrate my character And turn cloudless … Continue reading Showtime
Photo by brotiN biswaS on Pexels.com What I Could Say? I can say a lot But I get stuck somewhere in between phrases Going in and out of phases So I’m spicy like mildsauce But my tempo is caunjan So I say less I don’t want to offend you So I get stressed … Continue reading What I Could Say?