Poem: He will never know

This is a secret I will take to the grave.Liking a man, I don’t even know his age. His smile, I love that.His touch, I want that.His Kiss, I need that. Sadly, he will never know…A brown skin girl who is dying for them to be close. “He’s coming!” I’m tempted to tell him, but I have too much pride.I hate rejection,and this is a future rejection I know I can avoid. He has no interest, So what is the point? Of pouring out my feelings in a cup with so many joints. Continue reading Poem: He will never know

Poem: My Ears are guilty too.

My neighbor’s husband was pleaded guilty today, I almost went to the Judge to ask him to plead me guilty too.I sat there and listened to everything that night…Froze in my chair, I couldn’t move. She shouted help! I did nothing. “Help me please!” I did nothing. I sat there, in my own fear,thinking about my past,How my husband choked me until I turned blue. I heard her cries. I really wanted to help,but supposed I went over and it was my husband instead? My mind was playing tricks on me.I was being selfish.Thinking about my wellbeing, when my neighbor … Continue reading Poem: My Ears are guilty too.