Julie A Smith
I am a new fan of the poet Pablo Neruda, and an internet search for his poetry led me to poemhunter.com. I have always enjoyed both creative writing and inspirational writing. I am currently re-embracing my poetic side. My poetic bent leans to poems about love, rejection, heartache, and feelings of being constantly overlooked. I also enjoy writing about faith, hope, and God. I believe in love ... more »
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Julie A Smith Poems
The hopeful girl stares down at the blank page and ponders the fresh promise of a new year.
Social Justice Girl
She is passionate about fairness and equality. Justice is not just a store, but rather a progressive and important social concept.
A Beautiful Flow
She is searching for a beautiful flow. Two a.m. and she feels inspired
Mud On My Shoe (A Poem About Regret)
I walk alone. Sometimes the day is sunny. Sometimes the day is cloudy. Rainy.
The boy no one notices because he will not cause a scene
The shy girl smiles. She ponders and does muse why when it comes to love she always seems to lose.
Girl Under The Weeping Willow Tree (Oasi...
Almost Softly touching the ground. The weeping willow branch
Love is elusive
Feeling forlorn and forsaken. Love is elusive,
The sadness lingers like a gloomy day with dreary forlorn skies, bitter rains,
Freedom (Call of the Wild Mustang)
She presses repeat again as another day feels exactly the same. The same tasks, the same thing. Boredom and monotony.
He calmly glides over the waters. Serene. Picturesque. Harmonious. He loves the water. It is his playground.
So Not Perfect
Just heard a song on the radio a girl singing about a boy who is not less than perfect. Sweet.
New Year, New You
A new year full of promise and secret dreams. A new year, a fresh start, and hidden deep waters. The dazzle of potential is blinding. The beauty of a clean slate
Love, Rejection, and Poetry
Love. Ambiguously messy.
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The hopeful girl stares down at the blank page
and ponders the fresh promise of a new year.
Sometimes, like a bird, she needs to soar out of her cage,
and stop being afraid of the unknown fear.
The hopeful girl jots down some poetry
as she ponders her resolutions of the new year.
She wants to embrace life, love, and be free,
and desires lasting love to draw near.
The hopeful girl seeks fresh dreams,
passion, purpose, love, faith, and renewal.
Seeking the tarnish to rub off of her hurt and scarred seams, ...