Fragile

You see me naked Your eyes widen as I don’t match the image Concocted in your head Whimsical of the feel As your hand grazes The stretch marks that I fought hard to erase My skin hangs low in Places some to remind Of the times when I Wished to be thin “Be gentle withContinue reading “Fragile”

Humanity broke my heart.

I always wrote poems about heartbreak, because that was the best way I knew how to deal. I would pour my emotion into the words, stitching them together as though fabricating my own pattern. It only worked for me, but hey, at least it helped, right? The problem with heartbreak is that no matter howContinue reading “Humanity broke my heart.”

The Humanity Questions

Why do we berateInstead of appreciate?Why do we escape Instead of feeling the pain? Why do we drink And let ourselves sink?Why do we try And avoid crying? Why can’t we lift upInstead of pulling down? Why can’t we tolerateInstead of flashing frowns? Why can’t we commendA job well done? Why can’t we spread smilesOrContinue reading “The Humanity Questions”

Being.

Before I dive headfirst into my rant, I’d like to thank you for taking the time out to read this. It’s a long one, and I don’t know if you will actually make it to the end, but I hope that this leaves you with a little something and that it helps make a difference.Continue reading “Being.”