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Wish My Poems Were More Artistic

Sometimes I wish my poems were more artistic featured with cliched aesthetic backgrounds like hand holding a sunflower birds flying through b/w clouds face hidden behind the books I adore sky painted pink using Photoshop or a rainbow in the… Continue Reading →

What’s The Point ? – Poem

What’s the point? The point that we can look from a far from the past that we survived and present that we claim to be living in I don’t know what it looks like, where I can find it, grab… Continue Reading →

What Are We – Short Love Poem

What are we? Poetry flowing effortlessly words scattered all around running away from each other places where they have no meaning verses incomplete with broken lines We are poetry that flows free, wild where the words come back in the… Continue Reading →

I’m Exhausted – Poem

I’m exhausted my mind tries to hold on to a tiny thread a needle is plucked inside last piece of my heart trying to make it whole again You’re the tiny thread that fails to heal the last crack on… Continue Reading →

The Sky And Me – Poem

The Sky and Me are crying together Every time I close my eyes I see what I don’t want to my mind recalls me of something which I shouldn’t have seen You always felt like me in some ways and… Continue Reading →

An Outsider – Poem

An outsider. That’s what it feels like to read somethingthat doesn’t bleed my eyes outfrom a well known poetwho complains how teens degraded the artand made a platform toxic Sometimes the words feel heavierthan weights of the demons people carryin… Continue Reading →

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