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Poem / Poetry

May 22, 2022

Reads: 80

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A poem about nature and emotion. Read More

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"Well used of metaphor and word choice. Great line break too. Excellent brevity! " Read More

Life is but a stepping stone through time . . . to a place beyond the reach of tears. Read More

Reads: 106

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

I feel for the children of Ukraine, and their loss of innocence. Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 19, 2022

Reads: 86

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Cry the empty heart, and grasp the vestiges of dreams that once upon a time made the seasons brim with hope and expectation, and made tomorrows come alive. Feel the unshed tears that do not flow and the sorrow that evades the barren heart. Read More

Tags: tears, heart, dreams, empty, cry

Through a shroud of tears, the shattered remnants of life emerges amidst the fog of war. Torn and broken flesh and bones no more reflections in the mirror of time, but lumps of lifeless dreams that ceased to be in one instant of vulgarity and insanity. Read More
My brother's granddaughter (my great-niece), age 14, suffered several strokes and other complications recently. Yesterday, she suffered yet another, more devastating one. Now, it is only a matter of time. Her parents constantly by her side, devastated. My brother, her grandfather, overwhelmed with grief. And I feel helpless. So I… Read More
Trying new stuff, for me and for ? Read More

Tags: love, tears, box

Hold fast that which is true. MY poem. Read More

Tags: love, tears, stars, cry, above

Sunday is a day to reflect, to consider and to ponder. But my mind could only wonder . . . “Who Will Stop the Tears.” “Who will hold the trembling hands of those too tired and too weak to wipe away the tears that stream down blood-stained faces into hollow… Read More
Heartbreak stings, ouch/honey bees leave their stinger/a prick from nature. We've all gone through it there's no agony quite like that first heartbreak. When I think back to that teenage me this captures what I felt. Read More

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

“The awakening of time begins the flow of tears and fears. It is the beginning of the dying that the first breath of life reveals. It is the process of living that brings the fears of what lies beyond the pain of existence and of being.” Read More
Toxic relationships seem to be inevitable in life. In this story, a girl comes to find her toxic relationship falling apart. Unsure of how to respond, she blames and belittles herself, tearing herself apart. Yet, she realizes ultimately who is at the wrong, and comes to seek the outcome she… Read More

Poem / Romance

November 12, 2021

Reads: 185

Shelves: 2

The Booksie Classic House

A poem about the tears I cried for what I’d done. I hope you all enjoy the metaphorical language. Read More
[note: my "summary blurb" is always the first paragraph of my writing. it gives the reader an idea of what the writing is about. the reader need not know why i may have written it, or how i got the idea. all a reader has to do is understand the… Read More
Imagine a time beyond today. Visualize a metropolitan, with streets filled with shattered dreams, rivers of tears, and blood-stained marble stairways, with tattered and shredded flags littering the empty great halls and boardrooms of leadership. Read More
Let tears embrace the memories that time has left behind. Let the seasons bring the spells that enflame the passions and obsessions that ignite the ravished heart and mind, with moments shared and gentle interludes of emotions felt and lived. Read More
When was the last time YOU cried? Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 05, 2021

Reads: 176

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Image by Enrique Meseguer from Pixabay Read More

Tags: loss, tears, darkness

Reads: 179

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

There is a cruelty and brutality to war that only the vanquished and the perished can ever know. There is an outrage and affront that assaults the normalcy and constancy of life for those who only watch and scrutinize from afar. The constant and distant sound of endless and timeless… Read More
You will know when God has answered you. My poem. Read More
In times of peril and of strife, when troubled waters begin to rise, and tears begin to fall like raindrops from the heavens, and when darkness fills the sky with dread, do not despair or rage against the cold and lonely fear that takes your breath away. Read More
I cried for each of you last night. My tears reflecting the pain and anguish that such tragedies always leave behind. I cried for each of you not because of what you did or said, but rather simply because I realized how much your families and friends will miss your… Read More
I was one of the lucky ones. I did not earn, nor do I deserve gratitude. I, and so many others, who experienced Vietnam, were just lucky. And now, we cope and hide the tears as best we can, and try to sleep through the night, and through the memories… Read More
I have so many memories of my life and of everyone that helped to guide me, mold me, nurture me and loved me. Moments and flashes of faces and voices that have withstood the years and the tears and the fears of growing old. Read More

Poem / Poetry

May 17, 2021

Reads: 128

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Cover - Pixabay. Read More

Tags: tears

This story is about a girl named Holly, that had experiences that are to an extent painful, but in the end she found true love like a Diamond. NOTE: THIS IS NOT A ROMANCE STORY! Read More
They’re happy to get a grain of rice and if they’re fortunate a piece of meat, They’re content with a ball to play with and pop bottles to wear upon their feet. Read More
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