Poetry is when emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.—Robert Frost
There’s something beautiful about the way poetry captures your attention and opens up your mind so quickly, in the way some storybooks can’t. So grab a blanket, take a seat, and indulge in some poetry covering topics from happiness and heartbreak.
You can read more of my poetry in both of my collections—SPACES and Poems About You—available on Amazon!
Whenever I think of New Year’s, I think of the sparkly dresses, bubbly drinks, and confetti sprinkles all over the floor—by the way, this is like the only time of year I’m ever accepting of confetti and glitter littering up my floor. I love New Year’s so much that I decided to write a poem … Continue reading Poetry Post | Confetti (from “Poems About You”)
Lately? I’ve been living on a raft, waterlogged pieces of driftwood tied together by the frayed rope I found in the garage of my last temporary home— the home I thought would be my last temporary home. I feel like if I make one wrong move I’ll lose my balance and fall into the never-ending … Continue reading Lately?
Wonder. And Friendship. With just a hint of Indecision. Okay, maybe a little bit more than “just a hint,” but we can’t all be Certain. I’m rarely ever certain of anything. I spend my days in front of a screen— writing and scrolling and asking myself if this is really what I want to be … Continue reading My Name Is…
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