Poetry and Rhymes Archive

Each Tic Of The Clock

The world is at my feet But all I feel is it’s weight upon my shoulders. How do I trust the plunge When I’m leaping in the dark? Desperately grasping to anything within reach Time is slipping through my

A Look In Her Eyes

Think it’s time to play this little game. Turn the tables, make them pay. Let’s see what the universe will say.   Time to find myself, my prize, my prey, my own puppet to play, to twist

What It Is To Be Free

To be utterly free Is to remove oneself from the shackles of societal expectations. We are bound to them by birth To the fallicious ideologies set forth by others. Our world revovles around the fast pace concrete

Love And Hate And Hate Again

My love, You are the only thing I got left, it has been so long since our last kiss, and more of it and more I miss. why did you become so cold? Or was it me?

The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world

 BLESSINGS on the hand of women! Angels guard its strength and grace. In the palace, cottage, hovel, Oh, no matter where the place; Would that never storms assailed it, Rainbows ever gently curled, For the hand that

My Love My Mother

What a lovely, deep felt, free verse mother poem. What a lucky person to have a mother like this and to appreciate her so much,  and to put all these feelings in a sincere mother message! I

The Conclusion Of Life

The Conclusion Of Life:   What i know   Next year I turn fifty, where did the years go? Time to reflect on what I do and do not know.   Time is an illusion of that I

Eyes in the Dark

Eyes in the Dark: It was the perfect night, peaceful, no frite. We sat by the light, the fire burning bright. Skeeters biting, but it was still exciting. None of us knew, what was to happen to

Most Romantic Poetry

Most Romantic Poetry: I’d spoon you in myself on the bed that we would lie you covered with the warm fluff of my thoughts with a calm smile on your soul fulfilled in the blink of an

I Tried To Fight

Lovebirds I love happiness  I adore togetherness I defy loneliness And the life of bitterness    Why did you bid farewell? Now I’m very unwell Tomorrow can never tell How to live a life of hell