There only ever is as much darkness As we choose to let in our own hearts. When the darkness enters our lives, Do we chose to compromise our minds? Do you stand as a candle in that dark, Standing in watch and silence For the fallen few consumed by the depths Never to return to … Continue reading Vigil
Hey there followers! I hope you're enjoying the content on the blog so far! I'm wanted to open up the page to you, as I'm looking to write new poems using suggestions from you ladies and gentlemen (and those who don't identify as either, of course!). Give me an idea for a theme you would … Continue reading To TWC’s followers!
It's the front and back-end of the line, the last of the seasons in the cycle of life. Snow tumbles down from the sky and everything falls into the calm of night. You can absolutely be forgiven for not appreciating or seeing the beauty in the feeling of peace that snow passes on when taking … Continue reading On Snow
(Cr. Pr3t3nd3r) ____________________________________________________________________ (An original poem by Coeur d'un Poète.) (Originally posted on Weekly Writing Prompts by Coeur d'un Poète) _____________________________________________________________________ One needs no more than to gaze at the wars we wage with eachother and wonder when the bloodshed and anger, fear and hatred will be passed and over. We see so small this world shared with … Continue reading To The Stars
Somewhere, far beyond this land, the forefathers of revolutions and true democracies are tossing and turning in their graves over the degeneration of their demos cratos. "By the people, for the people" was the anthem, but has become "by the masses, for the wealthy". Liberté, égalité, fraternité no longer precisely translates, but is taken for property, privilege, and … Continue reading Oligarchy