Category: Talking Poems

Bus Guru – A Poem

He sat on bus in the front seats. He had his legs crossed, and thus he had three seats to himself. He had long, shaggy black hair and he wore sandals on his feet that were falling apart. Even from my seat, he smelled… Continue Reading “Bus Guru – A Poem”

A Joy All Her Own – A Poem

They greeted each other like old friends. They sat in the front of the bus and I was only a seat away from them. The woman spoke first, the smile on her face giving joy to her voice. She motioned to the man as… Continue Reading “A Joy All Her Own – A Poem”

Elemental Man – A Poem

You are the sun to me, bright like Fire. Every time I look into your eyes, my world is brighter and filled with light. You are the wind to me Every time you speak my name, it’s like a soft breeze caressing my face.… Continue Reading “Elemental Man – A Poem”

When Two Stars Meet – A Poem

When I was younger, there was a star I used to wish upon. I would always be able to find it in the sky as it shone the brightest. It was with me through thick and thin, guiding me through my past and present.… Continue Reading “When Two Stars Meet – A Poem”

Body Music – A Poem

I try to think of my body as an orchestra. The musicians are busy warming up and getting ready to play something wonderful. I listen to the musicians warming up all their instruments. The pains and spasms in my body are like music. The… Continue Reading “Body Music – A Poem”

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