Another Layer

From time to time Things will appear in plain sight Although seemingly buried deep Something to explore To rediscover Another layer of prayers Peace of mind is the new currency of life Ask Yourself Is it true wisdom that You seek? Or is it freedom? Comforting times ahead If the Read more…

Consider Yourself Lucky

The fear of losing who I once was Completely baffles my mind The hurt caused by the opinions of people I once considered friends Still roams and looms in my consciousness Although I’ve experienced what it truly means to love myself The doubts and the emptiness still remains If only Read more…

I Will Do My Best

Image source: Photo by GEORGE ALEXANDRU NOVAC on Unsplash Working towards togetherness When the laws in place say we should be individual Striving to new visions While the old ones are being provisioned What can one do? One man can go far With help from others Look at ourselves Can we change? So that Read more…

Before I React

Image source: Photo by Maciej Sawicki on Unsplash More attention is what I seek Inside for myself Pain rooted so deeply in my consciousness I cannot breathe, I cannot even think Before I react Reactions bring pain Pain for myself and others I hopefully can breathe Tomorrow anew, a new dawn The curtains of Read more…

A Battleground

Image source: Photo by Richard Lee on Unsplash Quite hard to succumb to the feeling or the idea of betrayal My body feels like a battleground And so has been my world The only thing that gives me some comfort The sweetness of sleep I will close my eyes Dream of better times Where Read more…

Like Spikes

Image source: Photo by Dan Hadfield on Unsplash Open kite A variety of rites Of passages Through the night Kindly reminded me What was once lost Can You see the way You feel? To others Pain strikes Like spikes They pierce the camouflage I saw You tonight Ian Altosaar

Nightstand’s Wheel

Image source: Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash This pasty kid Took the lid From under the nightstand’s wheel Nifty was this kid Who took the lid From the nightstand’s wheel Guess who did? The dirty deed Of stealing the nightstand’s wheel So he kneeled Right before he felt Remorse for what he did Read more…