Poems Category

Try Again

Never allow yourself to fall down and stay down. GET BACK UP! Try Again!

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I Ask Who (the process)

I Ask Who, as in who makes it a habit and a priority to show up to help a friend. Who do you extend a hand to in return? Who takes the time to see past the smile and mask of those they care about?

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I Ask Who (audio)

I Ask Who, as in who makes it a habit and a priority to show up to help a friend. Who do you extend a hand to in return? Who takes the time to see past the smile and mask of those they care about?

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I Ask Who

Her smile lights up the room His voice commands attention As the sun caress her glowing skin In bright daylight she’s superwoman Feeling validated as the likes come in bulk On social media he’s the hulk The moon shines bright A click of a button, logs off the world Behind closed doors she’s a wreck […]

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Promise to be a friend

A poem about the promise of friendship, to oneself, and to others!

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Happy Father’s Day

Father’s Day poem dedicated to all of the loving and caring fathers of the world. Happy Father’s Day!

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Deadly Sins of 7 Messy Roommates

Short story and funny poem about the 7 deadly sins: lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy, and pride

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We Had Chemistry

You know, The butterflies in the stomach Heart beating fast in panic Tongue tied lost for words Eyes locked and souls immersed Kind of chemistry But see, I’m not a fighter, that’s my curse I’m more of a lover, that’s the worst Not any kind of lover…let me depict The kind that’s a hopeless romantic […]

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Lights Out

Little girl in the boxing ring Throwing punches at her dad Twenty six years later She grew into a tough girl Or… so she thinks The time has come She needs to prove herself She marches to the ring Full of confidence She greets her opponent

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I Watched

I watched I watched you take our friendship for granted I watched your false pretense of friendship I made excuses Excuses about your level of maturity Telling myself that it’s only your naivety Still, I watched I watched you take advantage I watched you play your games

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The Sketchbook

MOSTLY MONTREAL, MOST OF THE TIME

That Queer Lawyer

Learned and Queer. My Life.

Specks and Fragments

home of the elusive trope

Sliver of Darkness

I'm the last words of a slain poet

Emotional Shadows

where all emotions are cared for!

Urban Poetry

She's an Urban Pen spilling ink in inspiration and words.. A Digital Art & Poetry Wordpress By Linda J. Wolff

TRAVELLING THE WORLD SOLO

The ultimate guide for independent travellers seeking inspiration, advice and adventures beyond their wildest dreams

Minnesota Prairie Roots

Writing and photography by Audrey Kletscher Helbling