Life Poems

I Remember

I remember those low times Those alone times Those silent cries I remember wanting to be good enough Wanting those hugs tight enough Protection well enough I remember wanting to be apart of things Normal childhood things The nice things you see in films I remember what was stolen from me The pressure that was… Continue reading I Remember

Life Poems

The Dancer

Her eyes held the key to all her stories, With proud steps she inspired many. She spoke without even saying a word, And though without voice her language was heard. A smile as bright as staring into the sun, To blind out all the negative ones. Only the genuine would see through, As they understand… Continue reading The Dancer

Life Poems

Trust Issues

Its been days without a word and it hurts like hell, She's been here before she knows this feeling all too well. She started getting used to the pain after a while, Doesn't stop her from feeling that sting from inside. As time passes by she tends to get numb, Fighting with herself "oh what… Continue reading Trust Issues

Life Poems

Silent Cry

Mentally screaming in the midst of a crowd, Silently bleeding as noise is not allowed. Constantly triggered but scared of being crazy, So telling is not an option, or is it? Maybe. These mental arms are reaching for hope, Do you really think I want to reach for this rope? I just feel so trapped,… Continue reading Silent Cry

Life Poems

Scared In My Skin

I don't want to be scared in my skin, Why should I be ashamed of this melanin? You look at me and say beauty comes from the heart, And in the same breath revoke my opportunities and say I'm too dark. I refuse to be used for your convenience any day, Too busy being uneasy… Continue reading Scared In My Skin

Life Poems

Carry Me Like A Bag Of Books

It moves, it turns, the inside burns It cramps, it aches, at any time or place. Waking nights and baggy eyes, Muffling sounds the silent cry. Its been years the notes are endless, A thousand pills leaves me so breathless. I gave it up and threw them all away, Please don't strain my kidneys I… Continue reading Carry Me Like A Bag Of Books