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)
Days spent No words given My mouth forgets how to speak Nothing done to be forgiven Days frozen I dare not do Advertisements
It wasn’t about the things we knew But about the things we’re yet to discover The earth reveals a view Like no other And I stand amazed by every particle Wishing to unveil everything a bit better
They were barefooted Running after the tanks Men dressed the color of desert Staring at the foreigner’s hands Children waving Glorious day When they believed what the soldiers had to say Freedom I long to know Freedom they told me so . . Image Credit HERE
I lost my home again They wrote to me, asking where I’ve been But I had no clue Address as strange as my name Putting numbers together, everything sounds the same Home, I’ll come back again But you change places Home, tell me where your place is
Oh soul of mine Why do you wander far? Places I can’t reach Only to come back with something new to teach
Digging Nails full of dirt Trying to find a magic spell That was lost Losing my sanity Despising gravity Then I remember I wrote the spell once before I can rewrite it once more! . . Image Credit Here
The ant circled my empty plate, hopeful He moved with purpose But I Sitting high Can see the desert he is yet to discover … I wondered how I looked to God Or a being much bigger than myself Then I washed the ant away . . . Image credit HERE