Common Sense Patriot
She took to the streets the day she turned sixteen
She didn’t really know much, Lord she was still green
Along came a man, he promised her the world… 172 more words
5 months, 4 weeks ago
By: T.T. Arwin
Those nights with dead eyes
Forced with invisible chains
To lock lips with no heart
Till mouth’s completely parched.
Years of wrongful guilt pushed upon… 341 more words
7 months, 1 week ago
Truth has a funny way of never being accepted.
Much easier to believe in lies, like you and me are alright.
You are so focused on you, 143 more words
7 months, 2 weeks ago
I love Winter best of all seasons.
But I can’t appreciate the comfort of fluffy blankets
wed tightly to my chest far enough… 253 more words
I wasn’t always a person of words,
of verses that transverse
the weekly bore of hi and bye.
Sometimes it felt so good to blend, 60 more words
7 months, 3 weeks ago
Flipping through radio channels
What connect’s not the body poppin tunes
But the heart robbing headlines, mouth’s tart
Of yet another terrorist group playing human monopoly. 359 more words
9 months ago
When your body aches and suffers from the toil, wear and strain
The demands that worldly living place on heart and soul and brain
When it’s hard to just keep going against the wind and rain… 266 more words