Photo by Ketut Subiyanto on Pexels.com Thoughts move A mile per minute Tangling themselves around little things, concerns and concepts That equal up to nothing in the end Electric pulses lighting up With every neuron fired Let the cerebellum run The functions I fail to think about While the cerebrum processes the memories And feelings … Continue reading Siren
Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com I want to feel soft No cracks just smooth I desire a touch so slick I'm oily with an attitude I want my silky ambition to slide through So butter me up buttercup In cold days... I want you I'm sweet and rarely bitter Although I hold onto memories … Continue reading Feeling Soft
This poem is for all the people who have lost someone they loved. Keep the faith! It never goes away. The feeling of missing you. The thought of... could I have done more. The shape of your face blends into the background of shaky memories. I can't go back in time to hold your hand. … Continue reading Enough Mourning
This is a poem from my book Perseverance of the Human Spirit. It's available on Amazon for purchase and Kindle Unlimited. Barbershop Visit love is on his mind he gotta look good office work or chilling in the hood prayers lie on his shoulders dreams of fulfilling prophecy sit in rest around … Continue reading Barbershop Visit
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
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