the thing about sadness is it's like a thick rain cloud clogged inside your throat blocking your breath, your words, even your screams. you want to melt it, get rid of it, but it becomes bigger and bigger choking you further and further. but the thing about sadness is when you finally surrender and bask… Continue reading Cloud of Pain
Clarion Call (Inspired by Pain Told Love by Tribe Society) She turned her excruciating pain into a clear clarion call to love, accept, embrace herself more. — 10.25.2016 ©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved. Photo credit: Unsplash In response to November Notes Writing Challenge by my love Sarah Doughty of Heartstring Eulogies and yours truly.
Dalliance (Inspired by Meaning by Gavin DeGraw) The ending of our dalliance gave my life a deeper meaning. This throbbing, beating ache confirms pain is part of living. — 10.25.2016 ©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved. Photo credit: Unsplash In response to November Notes Writing Challenge by my love Sarah Doughty of Heartstring Eulogies and yours… Continue reading Dalliance
Tonight I will let my demons win. Go envy, speak yourself. Ask why among my friends I have the lowest almost minimum-wage salary. Why it's easy to increase theirs, but hard for me. I only want to provide for my family, to buy my mom some groceries, while my friends mostly spend their money on… Continue reading When My Demons Win
This is the first sonnet I have written on my own and yes, I am nervous. (Forgive me if I did not observe the required iambic pentameter!) Scarred Heart: A Sonnet* My heart is a pristine, clean, plain canvass, so white and pure, innocently demure. It beats in bliss, sometimes slow, sometimes fast always full, always sure,… Continue reading Scarred Heart: A Sonnet*
It has always been you. The hands I want to hold, the arms where I want to fold. The face I want to look, the voice that I've been hooked. It has always been you. The eyes blind enough to see my tears, the ears deaf enough to hear my fears. The cold heart, I… Continue reading Always