〰️ Fiction (Horror/Thriller)
〰️ Non-Fiction (Nutrition and True Crime)
In a world of numbers so vast and wide
Where equations swirl, both simple and complex
The beauty of math can't be denied
By Finola bozlarabout a month ago in Poets
Oh scientists of old, with curious minds,
Your legacy lives on through centuries of time.
Your tireless work and boundless intellect,
When life seems tough and all hope is lost,
And every path appears to be crossed,
Just take a deep breath and don't you despair,
Humor and satire, oh what a mix
It brings a smile to those who are fix
In a world of serious things, it's a relief
To find the funny side and bring a belief
As I look back on life's journey so far,
I see mountains climbed, battles scarred.
A tapestry woven of joy and of pain,
Memories cherished, some I'd restrain.
Memories of the past, now just a trace,
Fading away with each passing day,
Nostalgia grips me, a tight embrace,
Of memories that won't go away.
In this world where justice is often sought
The voices of the marginalized are often naught
Where politics and power have taken the lead
Existence, a mystery so deep and true,
A question asked by me and by you.
What is the purpose of our life, so grand?
Is it a journey to an unknown land?
I'm on a journey to find the truth
To understand what lies beneath the roof
Of my mind, where thoughts can be so cruel
It's a battle that feels like I'm at war, what a fool
Hope is a seed that blooms within the heart,
A promise that we can restart,
When life gets rough, and skies turn grey,
It's hope that leads us on our way.
Once upon a time I met you,
In a place where dreams come true.
We talked, laughed, and danced all night,
And I knew that it was right.
The beauty of nature, what a lovely sight
The colors of the flowers, such a delight
The chirping of the birds, music to my ear