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You changed Cliché, right? As if no one else does But this is not about no one This is about you And you changed Didn’t you? Maybe there was a day You know Like one of those squares on a … Continue reading
Hey, the moon called asking for you I took a message; that’s what you would do. It saw you begging for one day as your tears streamed into the next. Two, three, four you don’t start counting at one, anymore. Don’t Realize Everything … Continue reading
Forget what I said, forget what you’re told Tonight is the night, we’re going to grow old Don’t look at the wound, time will never heal it See me in the next life, I swear to still feel it So don’t count the nights I cried, the Lord … Continue reading
This poem is a companion piece to “everything” – written January 2, 2016. And they will ask, Was it then, is it now, or is it ever? i had to look past the things that bothered and the thoughts that … Continue reading
Sometimes you cannot put a feeling into words try as you may a tear may come first and that is why the hardest poems to write are written without the guide of your finger they are the poems you feel … Continue reading
I saw it in a dream the other night for once, it felt right I didn’t want to open my eyes that is when dreams turn to lies one and done here comes the sun it’s not fair it’s never … Continue reading
You don’t have to commit a crime to feel guilty all the time.
There is a lesson to be learned from all the pages we have turned a meaning sitting there waiting to find our grip words that may never leave our lip except for the promises we don’t keep and the foggy words … Continue reading
No matter where you go the sky is still the sky and you are still you with your feet beneath you so feel free to look up and down when your left and right get turned upside down.