Here's a new poem for your enjoyment! Nice and simple observational poem.
Admittedly, this isn't one of my best poems, but it's more upfront than most. If you're down on hard times, I hope that you'll appreciate this message of hope. You're not alone! 🙂
Suprise! Here's a more existential poem. How's this for poetic diversity? 🙂
Surprise! Here's another poem on bows and arrows! It's a short one! Enjoy. 🙂
Suprise! Here's a new poem in honor of International Women's Day! In case this wasn't clear, this blog is pro-feminism and pro-choice. I hope this poem emulates this properly.
It's me again! I wrote this poem in response to a discussion I had with a friend a long time ago on how poems should be written. I come from a background which studied romantic (not that kind, sorry) period poetry which was heavy, but dealt with many themes on humanity. I believe that our poems should reflect the holistic nature of our existence - that is, that it should tell about the world in its' entirety. Therefore, no subject should be scorned upon or labeled "too dark". Authors only type - the words have their own life. Enjoy!
Suprise! Here is a poem on relationships - specifically, moments in a date when a hopeful guy like yours truly thinks about what the future can hold for himself and his date. As I always believe, a poet needs to write about life in all its' forms - not just the positive moments. So if this poem feels sad for you...well 1) I don't think you're not reading the poem properly, and 2) don't shy away from things that make you uncomfortable.
Here is a poem about the desert, and it's duality in regards to progress. Fill your boots (not with sand, though)!
One of my favourite original poems written to the style of poets of old. I hope you enjoy this latest addition. 🙂
I wrote this one a few years back when I was feeling a little more down and doubtful about my place in the world. It is our responsibility to constantly revisit the dark corners of our minds and accept who we were, who we are. While these thoughts are not mine now, I had serious doubts when I wrote this. This poem is inspired by the classic poem "Do not go gentle into that good night" by Dylan Thomas, which was featured in the Christopher Nolan movie "Interstellar". I hope you enjoy this poem, but remember: don't let the darkness within yourself grab a hold of you.