concediu de odihna

Goodness me, has it almost been two weeks since my last post? Oops, well, have some poetry. In case you couldn’t tell from the title and image, it’s based on my trip to northern Romania a few years ago. Life is an adventure, just wait until you see, Maybe someday it’ll be worth what this … More concediu de odihna

Sonnet IV

Closing on those summer nights, I can’t bear to say goodbye. The fun we had reached new heights, And now my laugh turns to a sigh. For you to dream of new ways, So that we can meet and I see your face, Has me counting down the days Until our time to fall from … More Sonnet IV

Sonnet III

The best partners are hard to find, As the ones I dream of nightly, With crooked smiles acting politely, Only exist in the depths of my mind. Reality would have me leave behind These figures with swords and psyche, Fighting over me so knightly, And it makes me feel so consigned. To give up these … More Sonnet III

Sonnet II

As water is to fire and of the earth and air, My dear and I, we can never be free, For our differences won’t allow you near me. And your parents, if they ever saw us, would just stare At the sight of us, my hand in your hair. They don’t understand the love you … More Sonnet II

Sonnet I

(Shakespearean, 2015, dedicated to Sam) I want nothing more than to see your smile Whenever you see me walk in the room. Even if I have to wait a while I would just sit and wait for it to bloom.   Because I just want to see you happy, You are my only exception, I … More Sonnet I

When The World Died

I created this poem, I don’t know if it’s any good, but it’s quite long (801 words) so it rambles a fair bit. I don’t believe in structures when it comes to poems, apparently. It’s stream of consciousness, and I was doing one of those write-750-words-a-day things and I thought a poem would be a … More When The World Died