Girl Child

Photo by Marta Dzedyshko on Pexels.com Girl child,  Don’t you talk too loud  Men don’t like a woman yelling  And carrying on  Only lite words that reek of diet soda Can come from your lips  And eat a little less  Watch your hips You don’t wanna gain too much weight  Don’t ask questions only do … Continue reading Girl Child

poetry for restoration

Photo by Teona Swift on Pexels.com Poetry For Restoration Poetry is beautiful In between the lines Are breaths that restore energy The words describe a mood That we can't explain Repeating the verses like prayers That we rehearse in hopes of memorizing The curves of the letters take us on rides That end with and … Continue reading poetry for restoration

Big-Eyed

Photo by Miriam Alonso on Pexels.com Big-Eyed Look into the silver framed mirror, Covered in watermarks Big-eyed wonder stares back at you Questions form around the pupil's black ring Who will you be today? What will you choose today? How will you find your way? We are falling rain drops in a storm Searching for … Continue reading Big-Eyed

Great Revelation

Photo by Ekrulila on Pexels.com Great Revelation My apprehensive soul dials into a conference call Then awaits for the grandiose hour When my questions are answered At long last, a lifetime of wondering is set asunder By the great revelation of knowledge Love always, Esha ❤

Just a Thought: A Bouquet

A Bouquet a delivery of fuchsia, baby blue, tuscan and teal tinted roses enveloped the glass vase of transparency as the smell blankets the room... intoxicated nostrils rarely intrigued by the delights of love taking flight... in the afternoon   lounge in the spectacular array of questions...  who sent you those flowers? were you expecting … Continue reading Just a Thought: A Bouquet