I often find it difficult to describe a person or a place. Sometimes the words that come to mind barely cover it all @thegreyclover
So this was originally the second verse of the previous post. Let me know what you think about it
Hi people! The poem of this week is “Solitude by Ella Wheeler Wilcox. It is another one of my favourites. It talks about the society’s reaction to our feelings or emotions. People will be with you as long as you’re doing great, once you have a difficulty, many of them will leave you to yourContinue reading “Poem of the week: Solitude”
Hello People! I hope you like the poem above, let me know what you think! I absolutely need poems to read. I’d love to know your favourite poems. I look forward to reading them!
Hello people! My poem of this week is called “One Art” by Elizabeth Bishop. I absolutely loved this poem from the very first line. Although the poem actually talks about losing things which could bring pain, but it also talks about accepting that we may experience losses at some point in life but rather thanContinue reading “Poem of the week: one Art”
In fear, I became frozen In danger, my heart was becoming molten I had to act but it seemed like a ruction Which escalated to a volcanic eruption The sight left me numb While it seemed like a huge bomb Oh my! The explosion Caused so much commotion All emotions went extinct And my visionsContinue reading “Silence part 2”
Today is world sickle cell day. It has been adopted that on June 19 each year, this day will be for raising awareness of the sickle cell anemia, a genetic disease affecting hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. Sadly the only possible cure for now is bone marrow transplant which requires finding a suitable donor.Continue reading “Crisis; the untold story of a sickler”
Children should be seen not heard We lost our voices Along with who we were meant to be But they never stopped squeezing Till some made sounds; croaks and cries They thought we’d eventually speak, so they squeezed harder But instead lives were lost And our voices were never to be heard of again StubbornContinue reading “Tales of the voiceless part 3”