It wasn’t supposed to be this way Our rapport shattered like glass Strewn across the floor Each new shard jagged and sharp I didn’t know then I had gone to war I spent years on my hands and knees Searching for each…
See, this baggage isn’t as easy to pack up
God gave me the fiercest fire burning through my bones and in my belly knowing I couldn’t control it. Maybe to see if I would be willing to deplete its spirit to share warmth with others and light the way when darkness sets in like…
I’m sorry I didn’t fight for you I’m finally going to come through All this time, I’ve been carrying a shield Hoping it would protect you too I’m sorry there wasn’t room for two I’m sorry I’m sorry I’m sorry
Things have been so messy lately So maybe let’s go back before then Remind ourselves What did love look like way back when?
The morning is covered in rain. Cold droplets worked to wash away The cold night painted dark blue.
In celebration of National Poetry Month, I want to share one of my favorite Tedtalks done by the wonderful Sarah Kay.