Old to me may be new to you

Sometimes something old to one person may be new to another. ย I decided to re-post some of my old poetry in one post for those of you have may have never seen it before OR if you have, you can enjoy again hopefully! ๐Ÿ™‚ Speechless I canโ€™t seem to get the words out Of my… Continue reading Old to me may be new to you

“The Slump”

The Slump has hit It always does when I least expect it Things are going fine Not much to complain about But Depression doesn't get the memo. It's times like these When I remember the past Back when the slump was more permanent People would ask, "What's wrong?" And I never had an answer They… Continue reading “The Slump”

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

No Spotlight Sunday today. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ Just wasn't feeling 100% like writing a lot today so instead I am wishing everyone a Happy St. Patrick's Day and I'm leaving you with this well known Irish poem that I love! An Old Irish Blessing May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind always be… Continue reading Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Abuse and Spontaneity

(This is a spontaneous poem from MY heart and is 100% true feelings for me) A Poem for my Abuser My life was supposed to be different I should have been a normal girl I never should have gone through What you put me through I shouldn't have been put into this situation I shouldn't… Continue reading Abuse and Spontaneity

“Thunderstorm Days” A Poem

I love days like today Where the weather is cool and I can smell rain in the air. A sense of anticipation lingers As I watch the treetops swaying in the wind. Side to side they shimmy As if they are dancing the tango, The thunder calls out the beat And they move in step… Continue reading “Thunderstorm Days” A Poem

Stormy Night Poem

I wrote this poem the other night when I saw the lightning flashes outside my window and was inspired to pick up a pen. I RARELY write with a pen and paper anymore, usually I will just wait until I am at the computer, but I just felt like it could not wait. Here's my… Continue reading Stormy Night Poem