Tag: poetry

The Entrepreneur

Love what you do, It’s part of God’s plan. It wasn’t his intent, To persecute man.   What are your hobbies? What makes you smile? There’s a market for that, If you’ll crawl the mile.   Look around at all people. What do you see? People who have and who don’t. People that will, people […]

Salty Wounds

  Salty Wounds I offend you, do I? I thought I should be me. My words were never meant to hurt, I’m told my speech is free.   Tell me friend, what aggrieves you? The threat of contradiction? The darkness stirring in your soul, Is of your own conviction.   We coalesce as a species, […]

Oh Smoky Mountain Rain

  Oh Smoky Mountain Rain The crown is worn by your timeless tears, To reveal a new terrain. Forever charging off the beaten path, Oh, Smoky Mountain rain.   Through the element of surprise, From a faulty weather vane, You never cease to stagger plans, Oh Smoky Mountain rain.   Waterfalls cascade with brute, As […]

My Way

I never wanted to be prim and proper Like those of royalty Looking down upon the hurting folks Living a life in poverty. I never wanted to be a hero Like a soldier in a war Fighting for a country’s leaders That are always wanting more. I never wanted to be a star That famous […]

Life Is Odd

Life is odd, Or so I say. The way it changes, Day by day.   The best years had, Are in our youth. We are resilient, And bullet proof.   As time marches on, Reminders kick in. That life is short, And death will win.   Middle age is the wedge, Parting the past and […]

Break the Vile, and Walk a Mile

Who doesn’t like to eat? Pizza, burgers, or something sweet? We all look forward to holidays, When overeating is the craze. Restaurants on every block, So meal prep isn’t forced by the clock. You can have it on the go, But there is something you might not know. Just once you’ve heard of cravings, right? […]