Category: Covid Poems

The Song We Share – A Poem

You are my wish come true. Every day I spend with you is like having my wish granted all over again. I wished so long for you that my heart forgot the wish, unable to hold on to it any longer as it went… Continue Reading “The Song We Share – A Poem”

The Forest, The Sword and the Seed – A Poem

I have been trying to find where it all began; that seed of shadows, filled with all of the hatred for myself that I carry. When I do go within my mind, I can see only the knots and tangles, thorns and brambles. There… Continue Reading “The Forest, The Sword and the Seed – A Poem”

The Power of Words – A Poem

I was once called broken. I pictured my skin full of cracks, parts of me falling out of my body. I felt like I had been ripped apart until I realized that broken was a word that belonged to the person who spoke it.… Continue Reading “The Power of Words – A Poem”

The Tattooed Man – A Poem

My words have been stifled. Inside me, I watch as they ride along on a current of water that has no beginning and no end. They are waiting for me to pick them up again and cradle them like children before I send them… Continue Reading “The Tattooed Man – A Poem”

Conversations with My Inside Voice – A Poem

“I look good today.” *No, you don’t* “Yes I do.” *No, you’re fat. Why can’t you see that?” “I’m not fat, I lost so much weight and I love myself.” *Yeah, but I know that you should be hating yourself.* “I don’t have to… Continue Reading “Conversations with My Inside Voice – A Poem”

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