Here's another original poem by yours truly.
This is a message reminding you to stand tall against hate and to treat everyone around you as a member of your tribe. Because everyone deserves to be a part of the same team. That is all.
Here is an original poem with a particular format. It is explained at the top of the article. Enjoy!
I used to talk to a particular coworker who was very aware about certain things in life. We were grunt-level workers at my old workplace and I considered him one of my workplace buddies. I texted him the other day to see how he had been in the last few months since I left the workplace. I got a rather strange series of texts from him that were funny at first, but clear in the end that it was time for me to move on. This is a poem talking about people who dissappoint you when you want to share in your success, and they want to drag you down in your moment of joy.
EGO. Author's note: Hello, friends! This week, I'd like to try incorporating a feature from Weekly Writing Prompts - the weekly writing prompts themselves. Every week, I will post a poem based on the prompt I have chosen. You are encouraged to submit a poem or a short story in the comment section of this … Continue reading Poetry Prompt
Another poem in the Poetry Vault series: Bubbles!
This poem has had significant cosmetic alterations made. That being said, I still like the message it conveys. I hope you do too.
This is a continuation of the historical poems series. Today, we will be looking at Marianne WIlliamson's poem "Our Deepest Fear". Enjoy!
Here is a brand new poem by yours truly. This poem, while similarly titled, has no relation to the Star Wars novel "Splinter of the mind's eye", which is the property of LucasArts and Disney.
Author's note: Hello everyone! Here is a second poem in the Poetry Vault series. We look into some original poems from within the Cd'P blog family. It's not very original to do this, but the poems are mine and they deserve their chance to shine again. Fun fact about this post that first appeared on … Continue reading Poetry Vault: Torch