Room for Failure
Life / Life Poems / Poetry

Room for Failure

Box by box, I pack up expectations. Move over new followers, improved writing, increased exposure. I need room. Room for failure. Einstein failed school, yet changed physics. E=mc2  Emily Dickenson was ignored, yet she wrote 1,800 poems. Beethoven stopped practicing, yet composed beloved symphonies. Move over expectations, failure is needing space. Advertisements Continue reading

Social Media
Life

Social Media

Day in day out, I spend time scrolling through other people’s thoughts. Secretly spying into their daily life, like a reality show. Some ‘ooo’s’ and ‘awww’s’ said aloud. An occasional ‘like’, share, or comment expressing those undying thoughts. Debating if I’d succeed better, with all platforms instead of just the Twitter. What do you think? … Continue reading

Light
Life Poems

Light

Before the moment of death the memories escape shattering the life I had. I rejoice each moment of triumph as I whisper away my life’s story. Each breathe is harder to digest, I feel time escaping me faster than I speak. Lean closer my dear – listen, Don’t let anyone take your light away. Featured … Continue reading