Though I can’t know for sure How things worked out for us, I prayed for you long ago That in me you’d always trust In moments you were uncertain Weighed down by your fears, I told you then as I do now Let no one see your tears Silence those thoughts with chemicals Let spirits numb that pain, And twenty years now gone by I need remind you again Your world must seem happy Smile that hides malaise, Inner thoughts a secret Futures built on praise We laugh out loud and try to drown That voice we disallow, Those doubts and sorrows we carried then That survived with us somehow
I am a button pusher. I stir up trouble. It is what I do. I live in the borders between light and dark. I can write about beautiful things, and joy and love, but I find I am more creative when i write about the dark. I love to hold a mirror up to the...
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