Postings with tag: reflection
reflection, life, love, mirror, poetry, death, pain, dark, romance, sad, self, fantasy, thoughts, god, youth, fear, hope, horror, loss, memories
This poem involves paradoxical emotions- love and hatred and is an entry for Scarlet Reaper's "Paradoxical Poetry contest". I would be glad to get criticized :) So, feel free to drop in your comments!!!
The transit into adulthood can be hard, especially once you find out, that it's not what you thought it would be. The loss of old comfort awakens a longing for better, innocent days to ease the pain and disappointment.
a poem to the moon the nocturnal life is always more appealing, well that’s if you actually observe it. the world becomes silent enough to let the thoughts of linger out of the comfort zone and let a the brain with a reasonable common sense listen and respond back… like…
'Aseo Bhi Muid' means 'Here We Were' in Irish. This is just a reflection, where, in my head, the thoughts are written like a story. First 4 verses are rising action, the 5th one is climax, the 6th is falling action, and the last line is resolution. Probably didn't translate…
a poem that looks within and sees the trials of life but shines like a star in the end. we all need to find that good within us and nurture it till it flourishes. that's what i try and do as well. thanks for reading and keep holding on
The God Machine is no more and the multiverse and all save 3 of its inhabitants are dead. It's now up to the Sisters of Wyrd to put the fabric of space-time back together. But before that can happen they must find a way out of No Where. [One is…
I wrote this when I was 17. I was crushin' on several girls at the time and since I never I had first love I was kinda creating this image of the perfect girl in my head at the time. I didn't know what I 1st love was until I…
Inner beauty is much more important than outer beauty, no matter what society shoves down our throats. This is the story of three very different men deal with their reflections and their internal monologue as to what they think of themselves.