'I’m going now, so I bid you good-bye if you like, you can read about my demise in the Sunday paperA tragic dramatic ending to my sordid life I leave no note but know I go so not to cause more strife to those who love the me They believe me to be.' You left me I suppose … Continue reading THROWBACK FRIDAY – Linda Lee Lyberg – Those You Left Behind
Did you know I've not much to say about where I go. How would you know my hurdles along the way my fears in tow. You won't know if I want to stay or if I want to go But you know I’ll be on my way in a day or so Now you know. … Continue reading Throwback Friday – Now you know – Eugenia
I walked away From The ship wrecked Heart I gave myself I said “Look its not worth your time” Everyone else Seems to have it together And I am always taking a break So its a paradox Wanting a full heart But ripping it from my chest Its a double edged sword Those words stated … Continue reading Throwback Friday: Woah, Its Only Tuesday by Liyona
I’m not a prolific writer of Haiku’s. Actually flicking through my poem file’s, out of the hundreds upon hundreds of poems, I have only written “50” Haiku’s. There is no reason as to why so few, because I do enjoy the concise format of the Haiku, they flow well for me, and I think most … Continue reading Throwback Friday, Sky Blue: Haiku Collection, by Ivor Steven
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Dreamless Tap, tap, feel the head pain again The drizzling beat of dreamless rain Falling on a blue pillow, wet and stained The misty clouds of a dreamless brain Rivers of visions, once crystal clear Now flooded fields of dreamless fears Cascading mirrors, once reflective and sheer Now broken pools of dreamless tears … Continue reading Dreamless, by Ivor Steven
All progress takes place outside the comfort zone. Michael John Bobak Good habitsare like chairs,You sit onin order to supportyour personal growth. For more similes, check out my blog
withered fallen leaves leaves wispy and frail frail 'til the last dance dance a last exhale leaves like dog-eared pages pages spineless in jail jail with no voices voices without bail withered brown leaves leaves blanket the earth earth pulsates its warmth warmth spawns new birth leaves like dog-eared pages pages waiting … Continue reading Leaves purposed – Eugenia
Courage is the first of human qualities because it is the quality which guarantees all others. Winston Churchill Love, is the cloud - that is proudto rain on the fertile garden of lifeto make sure plants grow and bear fruit. More Metaphors here.