Maybe the moon is looking down at me Convincing to be radiant as I can be Asking me to never take a rest And keep on doing my best
Raindrops is a poem written by John Marc Cruz and shared with The Ugly Writers under the theme Terrible Ideas for the month of July. Raindrops Stuck, In the middle road. Sky’s discharging its emotion. And maybe I…
thank you for reminding me that what I want isn't always right no matter how I try to play it in my mind wrong equals wrong and right will always be right
They say Time heals all But that’s never true, Time disrupts it further Taking me away from you…
I think about you every single day I want to wake up and not have thought of you not have needed you
I still think about you every day My mind fills with thoughts of you You just can't stay away I'm probably far from your thoughts...
I wonder do you miss me do you think about me have I crossed your mind
I wish I could tell you what a coward you are. I wish I could tell you that you didn't break my heart but you broke my spirit somehow. It's no use pointing fingers I brought this on myself. But I wish you knew.
I left my heart where other roads lead to majestic caves where I first heard of shamans and unicorns yet I've never seen one; only felt them
You told me to grow a backbone when you were the one using your pain to shatter me Instead of breaking the cycle that wounded you,
I made it at 00:00. Since there are no deafening sounds from monsters trying to destroy me. There is no light bulb forcing me to write about you. Lastly, I made it since my soul endures the pain without you.
Bare fingers stretch the feeling-bands, the poet poseur, Bakes his poems on a fire, he says, that blanches his heart: A fire that blanches his heart, makes breathing hard and feeds his art.