Category: Covid Poems

A Head Full of Clouds – A Poem

My head is f a l l i n g into the sound of s i l e n c e and FULL of clouds. They fly like birds from my mind, taking my thoughts with them and leaving only the *BLISS* of sleep.… Continue Reading “A Head Full of Clouds – A Poem”

The Path Through the Trees – A Poem

I am standing in front of the forest. The path is different this time, laid with precious stones among the cobblestones. As the sun moves above me, the light hits one of the stones at my feet and I can see that it is… Continue Reading “The Path Through the Trees – A Poem”

The Sky Within My Heart – A Poem

I’m standing in a line, the people in front winding away from me into the shadows like a serpent, their features unseen though the mist that fills the air. A man approaches me, his features distinct with large blue eyes, curling brown hair falling… Continue Reading “The Sky Within My Heart – A Poem”

The Light and the Drum – A Poem

This year has left me changed. I feel like I’ve lost my way and I’m no longer sure of my direction. The shadows have tried to claim me, yet I have found moments that shine despite the dark or even because of it. The… Continue Reading “The Light and the Drum – A Poem”

I’m Sorry – A Poem

To the man that glared at my husband and I as we walked by holding hands: I’m sorry that you can view an act of love with such hatred in your eyes. To the woman that stared at my husband and I as we… Continue Reading “I’m Sorry – A Poem”

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