Few of my million daily thoughts, stories, and poems survive the battles in my head and make it to this blog.
Help me give them a louder voice.
(All poems are written by me, you can call me Zee)
An unexpected visitor The bird that sat on her window, it looked familiar as if it belonged to a different place She can see that the city was not his place Maybe he followed her train to where the trees don’t grow Where the cars’ noises block the voices in her head She can no…
A hesitant kiss on the cheek, close to her mouth, He doesn’t know what to do, can’t stop the train. Soon she’ll be gone. The frogs in the pond, he yelled, they are begging you to stay… it’s not just me! These trees! They cried all night while you laid between the sheets. And you…
I have witnessed a dictator’s death due to his own greed
I wonder if the sun ever misses the dark… Does it know of what it’s missing?
She paints her mirror colors she wishes to see
They rush through the gates Shelter, food, and safety away from all the hate I stand with a white coat Needle in hand I am frozen by the words being said She hasn’t had a bed for many years And I’m supposed to ask if she has insurance.
Lost so fast Then forgotten forever