Credit: Jeremy Bishop via Unsplash Words of many inked, But, from yours I hide and shrink. Afraid to glow, Afraid of your caustic blows. So, terrified you’ll destroy a flicker of hope; Words can deconstruct and maim, Sometimes I have to hide the truth; I dimmed my light. Become a shadow within the spotlight — … Continue reading Poem: Free Verse – “Out of Reach” #amwriting #poetry #GDGC
Thanks again to the literary site, Spillwords.com, for publishing my latest piece of poetry: “Brokenness Complete.” Check it out above. Credit: SpillWords.com ©Mandibelle16. (2018) All Rights Reserved.
Here is a recently published poem on Spillwords.com called "City of Grace" and written by moi. Please enjoy! Credit: Aziz Acharki ©Mandibelle16.(2018) All Rights Reserved.
Credit: The Creative Exchange via Unsplash Never say never because you think I can’t, Doesn’t mean I’ll never; Or never will again. Never say never, you’ll eat your words, For I cannot except limitations, Especially when they’re unsure. Perhaps, I am usual, and change is difficult; But every now and then I’ll throw a curve … Continue reading Poem: Free Verse – “Never Say Never”#amwriting #poetry #GDGC
Published Poem: SpillWords.com – Free Verse – “The Maiden and the Dragon”#amwriting #poetry #SpillWords https://mandibelle16.wordpress.com/2018/06/05/published-poem-spillwords-com-free-verse-the-maiden-and-the-dragonamwriting-poetry-spillwords-2/ — Read on mandibelle16.wordpress.com/2018/06/05/published-poem-spillwords-com-free-verse-the-maiden-and-the-dragonamwriting-poetry-spillwords-2/
Credit: Ol Klein via Unsplash Soulful and sweet -- That's what his eyes were like. Shaded-black running shoes, And faded jeans that fit snug; He's put together, White shirt sleeves pushed up muscled forearms. Eyes soulful and sweet; he caught mine. I caught his; the train's sway forgotten. And conversation ambled, As we sat in … Continue reading Poem: Free Verse – “Soulful and Sweet” #amwriting #poetry #GoDoGoCafe
Happy Monday! I'm not sure if I've shared this poem on here. When I was six-years-old, in grade one, my teacher used to read us Shell Silverstein poems in class. I had the same teacher, Mrs. Allarie, for grades one, two, and three, so I was able to here a few books worth of Shell … Continue reading Poem: Shell Silverstein – “Where the Sidewalk Ends” #GoDogGoCafe #poetry #poets
Credit: Chad Madden via UnSplash I tore transparent tissue wings, Yanked out the pincer blade; A kite easing far off and free. I had to isolate, hang on by threads. I’m not who I was, I burned outside the fire’s ring — And you cannot alter time; What happened, happened. Understand — I had to … Continue reading Poem: Free Verse – “Kites in Flock” #amwriting #poetry #GoDogGoCafe