"If I read a book and it makes my whole body so cold no fire can ever warm me, I know that is poetry. If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry. These are the only ways I know it. Is there any other way?" - Emily Dickinson.

Rhythm, rhyme, sound, words, and meaning - poetry brings all of these together to invoke your imagination. An ancient form that has existed for longer than the written language, poetry - in its varied forms - has something for everyone. In this section, we bring you the myriad colors and shades of this beautiful literary form.
Passing into adulthood.
The Poppy
Why has a symbol of peace become such a war cry?
Mr. Bear
Inspired by the creepypasta, '1999'. A chilling poem to read for Halloween.
The Change (Sleazy Deep In Blues)
A bit of a love lost saga as influenced by Bob Dylan...
Cold And Neglected
When it's not so easy to admit it's over...
When it's the same old thing over and over again… it's time to get out.
Moving Forward
Moving forward..
Dry, Warm Clothes And A Comb
The simple comforts that love brings.
One Final Tear
Face up to a breakup.
If Pigs Could Fly
When love grows stale.
As Is Wont Of My Nature
Let's not be cold again...
Words Of Truth
A man's worth is his word and his word is his worth.
But Love
A love poem.
Lingering Love Lyrics
Here is my first ever genuine love poetry; written for someone so dear.
No Friends and Homeless
I don't have a place to call home or a friend to help me out in times of need.
Before You Go
Love broken - Another one from the groaning queen.
Words and Thoughts
Sounds like a proverb.
The Truth Behind Those Eyes
The helplessness felt when losing a friend.