This is a poem that I wrote recently in a unique style, comparing my battle with emotions to a medieval battle. I have some internal and external enemies that are attacking, so I am mentally and emotionally preparing for them to come.
Monsters among Us
This is a poem that I wrote earlier today about how we never know who the monsters are. Often it is hard to tell who is our society is truly cruel inside and who might want to hurt their neighbors or loved ones.
Stronger than You Know
This is a poem that I wrote recently for someone that I love who often thinks that they are much weaker than they are, not even realizing their own strength and potential that they display on a daily basis. It is a reminder for her that she doesn't hear from anyone else, including herself. She is a beautiful bird and a strong woman and inspires me greatly.
Thank You for Me
This is a poem that I wrote about how I try to be thankful even for the bad things that happen, since they allow for an opportunity for something good to happen as a result.
Slow Demise of Man
This is a poem that I wrote recently about humanity and how we seem to slowly be destroying ourselves.
You Can Have Me
This is a poem that I wrote recently. I am not entirely sure who the poem is written towards; a lover, God, myself. Perhaps all at once, or a lover who is yet to come.
Have Your Back
This is a poem that I wrote about the old concept of how often times people find themselves forsaken by friends or family in times of need, as you can never truly trust anyone besides yourself.
This is a poem that I wrote recently about how I tend to overthink, and often think so deeply it frightens me, but that I've always been this way.
this is a poem that I wrote recently about how sometimes I wish I had a time machine to go back and change or cherish certain things from my past, which I think is something that we can all relate to.
This is a poem that I wrote about the importance of leaving a positive impact on the world. Our lives are so short, and we should practice being kind more often, biting our tongue, listening to others, and not judging. In doing so, we might be remembered.