Your Silence


I like your silence
And the volume at which it speaks
Its honesty emits a truth which words sometimes forget
The sound of silence can be deafening for some
Pregnant pauses become overdue until something must be said

You could be cruel
You could be kind
You could also be mistaken

You pick your pauses so carefully that what follows must be heard
Flooding our ears with unthoughtful words is emotional pollution
Have a moment of silence
Breathe and stop
Wait and see
Choose your battles carefully

Your tongue rests with angels in spite of all the hell it could awaken
I may not always understand your silence, but I know where it comes from
Birthed in a place of patience
Raised with peace of mind
Walked a mile with empathy
The space between your words reveals what words can’t

For every Speaker, there is a Listener
For every word, one must be heard

I see your silence
I can still hear what you mean
I feel your silence
When I can understand your heart

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Find


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We had all the time in the world.
But this world is not enough.

Nothing feels the same.
I feel like I think too much.
When it all becomes too much,
I walk past familiar places into the unknown.
I found somewhere I could hear your voice.
I stay till the Sun goes down.

All these dreams started with you.
You saw the good in the little things.
Waking up in a world without you feels false.
You truly had so much love to show.
Everything felt right in your light.

The night sky puts my doubts to rest.
The stars dance when I say your name.
Remind me I’m not alone.
We had all the time in the world.
But this world is not enough.

The world may change, but it’s alright.
I will never be the same, but it’s alright.
It’s not what I want, but it’s what you need.
I’ll always know how to find you.
And in finding you I find myself.

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Black Lives Matter


Too many Black people have died, and there are not enough words to excuse why or how they’ve died so horrifically. Every time the Black Community witnesses the reckless murdering of our Brothers and Sisters, especially at the hands of those who are sworn to protect all of us, we die too inside. We lose any sense of peace we have with every video we have to watch, every character assassination story, every excuse uttered by someone playing Devil’s Advocate, and every Racist weaponizing our very existence against us.

You can’t expect people to not feel outraged when their cries go unheard. Every stance we’ve taken up till now is WRONG, but no one seems to know the RIGHT way to give some humanity and justice to us. Racism has relentlessly snuffed out too many lives, hopes and choices. I’m tired of feeling so frustrated, it’s exhausting.

March, donate, educate and listen. Do whatever you can to encourage change.

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Hold


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Wrap me up in your pure energy

You really see me when you look at me
Your eyes beaming like a thousand Suns
When you hold me like that
You touch my every emotion
Effortlessly

You’ve got a vibe about you
Sunshine in every touch, neon lights in every step
Wrap me up in your pure energy
Your embrace is all I need

Calm my heart, move my soul
I’d stay for you, just say the word
I know who I am when you’re in my arms
Fall into me, I won’t let you go

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Light Of My Life


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Show me what I’m afraid to admit.

Light of my life.
I’m lost, chasing what I can’t have.
Guide me to a place where peace resides.
Show me what I’m afraid to admit.

Everyone sees what they want.
When the world goes dark brighten my perspective.
Old ways and new fears got me second guessing.
Show me the lies we love.

It’s time to move on.
False future fears are really nothing at all.
I won’t be blinded by a nameless existence.
Show me the light in my heart, mind and soul.

Be that dream I can touch.
Light of my life.

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