The Dark Side Of The World And The Bright Side Of It
A short poem for this world
Poem: Why Does Nothing Seem Real?
My muse finally got inspired for "Nothing" from "Word Prompts Help Creativity ~ Week 55 (Nothing)." 4 poems in response to this challenge. If we had a day to do nothing, could we handle it? Does nothing really even exist? Silence is a universal language where nothing is automatically understood.
A Tiny Poem-Response to Brenda's Writing Prompt 55
A little bit of Something
Spirituality---Poems About Religion and Spiritual Growth
This article will portray poems on Christianity and spiritual growth.
Poem: Be The Best You
"Be The Best You" is a poem that expresses the need for people to be their best when they are out in public. We often let personal matters affect our outward appearance. This is not a good option. Always show your best side when out in the public view. You can crumble when you are alone in the s
Fallacy of a Troubled Young Woman
It may seem clear what a young woman truly wants, however, the innermost desires and yearnings of her heart are different from her real life experiences especially in the area of her love life. The poem is short but describes the real desires of a young woman I met some while back, making this real.
"The Ends of Everything" and "Currents"- Two Imagery Poems
The following are two poems that I wrote which contain good examples of descriptive poetic imagery.
Poem 60: Nothing to Find in Here! Keep Searching.
My 60th article in HubPages Finally! This is my response to Week 55 Word Prompt Help Creativity "Nothing"by Brenda Arledge. First half describes daily struggles with Multiple Sclerosis and the rest is just some sort of word play. Enjoy. Title is a little bit tricky but it's part of the word play.