This is a poem that I wrote a month or two ago about my best friend. He is a relentless force of positivity, enthusiasm, and hard work. Much like myself he is not hypothetical and is a doer, but unlike myself he seems to always succeed.
This is a poem that I just wrote this morning, using the metaphor of me being a broken car. I typically live in the past and stop often to think about the past, but I need to shatter my rearview windows and rust my brake line so I have no choice but to move forward in life and look towards the future.
Matter of Seconds
This is a poem that I wrote recently about how many of us often forget to make time for friends. Even sending them a quick text once in a while to let them know they matter is something we don't find time for, but we find time to binge watch shows, porn, social media feeds, and other time wasters.
This is a poem I wrote several years ago about my best friend. I never plan on sharing it with him, it's not something that even needs to be said, but whether he knows it or not, he has saved my life on more than one occasion.
On the Noose or the Podium
A poem I wrote today about how I am at the point in my life where all of my thoughts are of death but all of my desires are to be more successful than ever, and about how many of my friendships are very one-sided and therefore I question their care for my existence at all as to whether I should die or thrive.