After a great long break from literature study, I find myself longing for poetry. Im writing here, and sometimes it's pretty bad, but it helps me cope with the situations Im going through.
Poetry execution is not high on my concern list. I believe poetry is something that flows from the heart. Not everyone's heart is cognizant of stanzas and iambic pentameter etc.
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Noemi Lee Poems
An Issue of Trust
I do not allow people into my heart.
I Am Not A Poet
I am not a poet that to all is clear. I am not a poet
Merely a Girl
I do enjoy my femilinity Ok ok Womanhood
Somebody Lied To Me
Someone lied to me when they said time heals all wounds.
This is an angry poem
I woke up Angry. Not angry enough to cuss
5 Days A Month
I am in the midst of a lyrical drought.
10: 27 AM
Who will stand?
Hmmm, How do you- or is there even
Please answer me
Why do you say you 'hate' happy people?
All Is Quiet On My Planet
Today it's not coming There's nothing to say There's nothing to explore There's nothing to convey.
You use 'I'm Sorry' as if it were magic dust. Talk to me again dust
Leave my name out of your mouth
In my experience, I have seen others speak on a topic, failing to make it clear that they are speaking solely from
Quiet Choral Music Chamber Singers Children riding bikes White fences
4 Chocolate Kisses
What is threatening to undo the lbs I've so painstakingly gotten rid of?
Comments about Noemi Lee
(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
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An Issue of Trust
I do not allow
into my heart.
I do not trust them
tear it all apart.
I do not trust
not to hurt or betray
And so I protect
by locking the gate
and hiding the key.
In all of this mistrust
I can clearly see
That one I truly do not trust