My heart bleeds black and white for you to read like an open book... so don't be shy... take a look!
From the rims to the trees
She felt this buzz that was hard to believe
It was happiness and all around
A sense of belonging that felt so profound
By Crystal Rae6 months ago in Poets
Once again her life was just as it was before.
Stuck with very few options as she desired so much more.
But what could she do, other than pay her dues a little at a time.
By Crystal Rae7 months ago in Poets
She felt caged and torn
This was beyond a location to live and being warm
They were trying to control her in a spot she didn't want to be
So the classes were court-ordered and I hated it from the start.
Section by section, written to pick a person apart.
The author meant well and had some fancy degree.
Her life was never simple, or as she thought it should be.
Daily struggles, confusion, and all her dreams shortcomings of reality.
My heart is full but my mind is hazy.
I feel so energized and at the same time insanely lazy.
Working so hard to figure out where I am supposed to land.
They say love is patient and love is kind.
Yet, we are amongst a few that use it to unwind.
To toy with the mind and play with the heart.
The sounds in the near distance were loud and fueled with bass
Echoing through the neighborhood turning me into a basketcase
By Crystal Rae8 months ago in Poets
There was something in the air that felt just right
Something building within the stary night
A sense of peace as she looked up at the sky
What was it going to take for me to see
That my hopes and dreams were in the reflection in front of me
I don't need a guy to "wow" me or make me feel good
By Crystal Rae9 months ago in Poets
His eyes were blue and yet sometimes appeared to be green
Could he be all that he really appeared to seem?
So kind and attentive to all of her wants and desires
Although, her skin was tanned and lean
Her body no longer felt like a flexible, youthful machine
So many aches, bruises, and other annoying growing-old cons
By Crystal Rae12 months ago in Poets