I pay money for a good app,
but I don’t use it as much as I should.
Rather, I find solace in the quiet moments,
watching the other buildings of my apartment complex
as the sun does his best to peek his light
above their roofs.
This is the alone time that I cherish,
when it feels like a choice and not a punishment.
Continue reading “Morning Meditation”
Pull me in, nervous friend.
Tell of grey dragons
that obscure the vibrant world–
Murmur of horrid waters
that wash away gorgeous earth–
Please, pull me in.
Image from the app Magnetic Poetry: Word Magnets for Creative Writing from the Google Play Store.
What will tomorrow bring?
Beasts of tomorrow
generate more fear today
than their true teeth could.
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And if the world went silent
And if the world held still,
would I hold still, too,
or keep on searching to find
something out there left to do?
And if the world went silent,
would I be quiet as well,
or would I make cacophonous music
with a piano to forte swell?
And if the world was all over,
would I at last find some peace
or would I worry about forever
even after my release?
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I do not find comfort in taking up space in the world,
but I was not made to be comfortable.
I was not made to ford rivers,
I was made to swim across their widest parts
and emerge dripping and shivering,
full of energy and tenacity,
ready and excited to do it again and again
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