Immortalized by these lines Transcending both space and time I put my life into these rhymes To share my story, I felt inclined A connection with others I often pined I long to hear you opine And share your story, for this is mine To better comprehend humankind We are all made by nature's design … Continue reading Immortalized by each and every line
We humans set up rigid lines Rigid times To be in control, I can't decide Life happens when it wants to In due time It ends when it wants to Often no with rhyme Life grows until it can no longer survive Not held by a perimeter Or deterred by a guide Control, a lie … Continue reading Time, our most valuable resource
Can you lose that spark? Can that ember fade in the dark? Where you can no longer travel down that road A path, one you have not chose But rather, one that was chosen for you Where you set in stone your life for others To judge and critique and view forever Can you run … Continue reading A Writer’s True Calling
Running, With no destination it appears Forward moving Backwards thinking Start to unwind Miss the last spot Though, Focused on the next One foot already in the door Outside, The rest Too scared to go inside But mind's already there Knowing good well Hell, I belong here!
Sitting on the floor By the door, Of a subway train An odor fills the car Unrelenting shame Pain is apparent Masked by anger Burried deep in his heart The part you can't see Racing thought Wanting to be stepped over And walked around To be disturbed, By disturbing Staring blankly, Non-existent Hoping some one … Continue reading Another Young Man In Pain
I met a young man today, while riding the train He was clearly agitated and riddled with pain Loudly rapping to himself, seated at first He jumped up and walked beside me with a deliberate burst A young man ignored, just wanting to be heard People looking in horror Their distance growing larger He told … Continue reading A Young Man’s Despair