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Category: Poetry

“The Truth about Change”

We seek change when we see fit. We want change when there is a problem, When we have had enough of it. There is something unappealing About the people and […]

“Tongue-in-Cheek”

The written word Comes tongue-in-cheek To the author That uses characters to speak. It is not complete fiction That syntax and diction Can face each other As metaphors and contradictions. […]

Fated Lines

Faith, Fate. They are intertwined. Face them both aligned Before it is too late To see the signs Fading in straight lines.

Windswept Feathers

Behold; it is here. The moment we have waited for is here. Years have passed us by; The seasons have melted our hearts And made possible this opportunity To set […]

The Artist’s Rebuttal

Who are you to censor my art? Art is art. Art is free. Art is for everybody to see, To behold their own, To stimulate the human imagination Which we […]

Solitude

When I am by myself I feel the presence of others, The desire for connections On deeper levels. There are objects; There are people Who exert their gravitational pull When […]

Coffee Shops

Coffee shops Are meeting spots Where people come together And ideas are exchanged. The sharing of imaginations Is a watercolor of originalities. The air is fresh; So is the enthusiasm […]

The Trauma Counterattack

Trauma, The agony of memories missed, Locked in an invisible vault Until the end of time. Amnesia, Fantasia, The thoughts that were once my own Have lives of their own […]

Coffee with a Limerick

Cafecito, pobrecito? Do you want it to go? No thank you, my dear. I am extremely thirsty, so I would like my espresso to stay here.