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Poetry By On September 13, 2019

So I’ll Let You Go

You should have showed up But you only want me when I’m leaving. The distance between us is greater than the feelings I’m grieving for you.   -May 2019  

Blogger By On September 10, 2019

Interview with Poet Jupiter Grant- Installment 10

Today we travel across the pond to UK poet and blogger Jupiter Grant! Jupiter recently released her saucy debut collection “Poe-rotica” which I reviewed and we’ll talk about today! We learn much more about the depth and insight of the collection from this interview so let’s hop right into it.   A good chunk of your collection is written in…

Poetry By On September 9, 2019

Beats of the Heart

I heard a song today About how i feel about you And at least i can take some comfort In knowing I’m not insane. In knowing that others feel this way too But the only thing i want to know Is if you feel this way too   -2019  

Poetry By On September 2, 2019

Are You as Crazy for Me as I Am for You?

It hurts to be shot down So I don’t even ask. I miss you so much it’s starting to make me mad. I know it’s only been a few days but I guess I just need to hear that you’re missing me too.   -April 2019

Poetry By On August 30, 2019

Do you know what it feels like?

I wonder if you still step out on your lovers like you did me I wonder if you still have your friends lie for you. I wonder if they know you lie to them too. I wonder if there is a girl betraying you right now just as you have done to us so many times before.   If I’m…

Blogger By On August 29, 2019

Debatably Dateable is 3 years old!

I’m so excited to celebrate another anniversary with Debatably Dateable! She’s quickly closing in on 5k followers and is consistently setting new records for monthly views this summer, so I couldn’t be prouder! Over the past 3 years, I’ve been able to produce about 500 posts and 2 poetry collections. Ddateable has been a great launching pad for my sophomore…

Blogger By On August 27, 2019

Poetry Book Reviews

Some more book review coming your way!! Real like Laundry – Breanne Weber   It was so cool to see how this poet used the landscape of the page to draw in drama from spacing out words to isolating sentences. In a similar sense, she also used font size and boldness to highlight words. This gave extra depth to those…

Blogger By On August 23, 2019

Interview with Poet Kate – Installment 9

Today we’re lucky to interview Kate from the Philippines! I’m always so excited when this blog gets to travel internationally! Kate’s been writing poetry for a number of years now, honing her craft during her college days. She is an artist that enjoys art in many forms including reading and music. Let’s here from Kate now! What’s your perfect setting…

Poetry By On August 21, 2019

You never told me anything

The Truth   You should have told me you didn’t want me. You should have told me I’m here to pass time. You should have told me you’re sorry. You should have told me your heart still belongs to her.     The Lies   You should have told me you want to see me. You should have told me…

Poetry By On August 20, 2019

Think until it’s true

The thoughts that go on inside my mind and you don’t even bat an eye. You say they’re not true but these misguided thoughts are my reality. I wonder what my silence whispers to you.