Poetry

Poetry By On January 24, 2020

Sweet Memories

Kiss me I want to forget  that you’re no good for me. I know I should let  the memories of you stay dead But they taste so sweet  on my lips just like your kiss.   -Oct 2019

Poetry By On January 23, 2020

MY GHOSTWRITER

You don’t like what I’m writing now. I can understand you  not wanting to hear these things but you must understand  you’re the one putting me through this. If you don’t like yourself in this light then maybe you should step up. Walk a straighter path  and you won’t find yourself slipping on uneven ground.

Poetry By On January 20, 2020

You give the love you weren’t shown

You’re obnoxious  Shouting for the attention Your momma never gave you growing up. You are not your sisters. Parenting is not a one size fits all. You were sensitive and destructive. So you give out the love you never got because you never want your love  to be questioned like your 12 year old thoughts 

Poetry By On January 18, 2020

I’LL BE YOUR EVERYTHING

I’ll be your friend I’ll be your lover. I’ll be anything just to have a piece of you. I’ll be your 2 AM call when you’re leaving the bar I’ll be your shotgun seat to the trip upstate  I’ll be anything just to spend some time with you. I’ll be your sunset to the perfect day together  I’ll be your…

Poetry By On January 17, 2020

Truly Through

Just when I think we’re finally done and truly through You reveal a part of yourself just for me. You say something that makes me wonder if we haven’t put each other through enough yet.   -Oct 2019

Poetry By On January 13, 2020

A Familiar Pain

You’re familiar and safe from vulnerability  You give me all your time yet I’m still left feeling  like I don’t measure up somehow. With you there’s no risk but somehow with you I still end up hurt.   -Oct 2019

Poetry By On January 12, 2020

WISHING WELLS

I have to come to terms with that fact that  you’ll never own up to all that you put me through. You deflect it enough that I wonder  if I’m losing my mind again with you. I’m trying to learn not to place the blame  in dark places or wishing wells. Sometimes they’re one in the same but I’m done…

Poetry By On January 7, 2020

 WILL YOU LET ME IN TONIGHT?  

If you’re going to close the door then just do it baby because I can’t spend my whole life always checking to see if  you still have a light burning for me.  So either slam that door or let me in.

Poetry By On January 6, 2020

The Last Time I Saw You

You say you’ll have to remember  what I like for next time. But there never was a next time. It was a last time And I wish I held on a little bit longer I wish I could still remember  the feel of your skin and the sound of your voice.  And I wish I didn’t have to remember at…

Poetry By On January 4, 2020

Sleeping In

We’re casual and easy Like Sleeping in on a cool Fall Sunday No need to text all day long but we enjoy the company  when we’re together. No need to complicate us with games. Keep it as simple as you and me tonight.     -Nov 2019