Category: Talking Poems

The Glass from Within – A Poem

A part of me broke today. I heard it clatter to the ground, letting out a soft clink!. It left a crater in the cement around it, which told of its true weight. Looking down at it, I wondered if the piece of me… Continue Reading “The Glass from Within – A Poem”

Stereotypical Thinking – A Poem

Someone once said to me “You’re a walking stereotype.” I was perplexed and asked him what he meant. He laughed. “Hmmm, let’s think,” I could picture him putting a fingers to his chin in mockery. “You’re a survivor of abuse, you are disabled and… Continue Reading “Stereotypical Thinking – A Poem”

In Awe of You – A Poem

I am in awe of you. Your love heals the cracks in me, those fissures and fault lines that run along my body though they are unseen to the human eye. Those lines were caused by trauma and bits of my spirit that were… Continue Reading “In Awe of You – A Poem”

The Silent Symphony – A Poem

My body is a symphony of silence. It makes it own music, though I can’t hear it. I can only feel the silence as it makes its way through me. The fatigue that takes my energy? Those are the wind instruments. that fly through… Continue Reading “The Silent Symphony – A Poem”

Rage Cloud – A Poem

I can feel it under my skin. It tries to come to the surface and burns through me, as if I am made of fire instead of flesh. The blackness is like tar beneath my skin; I can feel it itching as it starts… Continue Reading “Rage Cloud – A Poem”

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