Poem| For My Mother
Poetry by: Louise Elisabeth Glück. When it comes to the intensity of her feelings for her mother, Louise Elisabeth Glück outdoes any other writer.This is how she was praised after winning the Nobel Prize:
She. A Free Verse Poem.
She found herself alone on the sandy beach after the 3-hour drive south. Ventura California was not at all what she remembered. When she left her fiance in San Diego one month prior, Ventura held fond memories for her. Their romance began on this Ventura beach and ended on the same granules of grit.
Savor This Moment- A Cool Poem
Recognize it- Seize it, Be in Gratitude for it. when the heart is so full. Recognize, Seize it, Be in Gratitude for it. My thoughts illuminate inside with overthinking, What is the meaning of it all?
A woman of God, distinguished author, Indianapolis native, and community leader who advocates for the greater good
Rosemary (Featherstone) Turentine - Woman of God, Author, Community Leader,Photo Credit: Facebook. Rosemary is an anointed woman of God. Her ministry's main focus is presenting spiritual development initiatives to those in the community who are at risk of losing sight of who they are in Christ. She is dedicated to inspiring others to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ." Rosemary Featherstone Turentine ~ Excerpt from her book: Eyes of the Striving Soldiers of God.
A Poem on Relationships- On the Side.
Value Yourself- Rise above Relationships where you are seconds. No need to be "On the Side" of anyone. This simple poem is a wake-up call to stand tall, find your own strong voice, and lead your life with passion and fire in your soul for yourself. Own yourself. Value Yourself.
A Poem and the History of the Alphabet
Simple words here are meant to have the reader stop and pause, possibly inspire. This piece includes poetry with the strategic use of the alphabet and, following your respite, the complex history of what we now see as simple letters.
A poem originally inspired by the song "Starry Starry Night" by Don McLean which in turn was about the painting of the same name by Vincent Van Gogh. I have been writing poetry since I was 16. Just like our videos, I reside in mediocrity when it comes to creativity in prose. Couple that with joining Artlist and finding some amazing cinematic music and I was inspired to create this series that combines those 3 mediums in a moving, inspirational, cinematic and time-sensitive way. We hope you enjoy!
"Back In 1776"
An original poem as read by the Rugged Mountain Gang celebrating July 4th!
Poem| Love You Still, My Country
India & PakistanMajid Khan (with Permission) that relegated us to clowns. Now we’re neither British nor Asian. Ridiculous, a half-way between nowhere. Our mother tongue called to us, her words broken.
Gratitude - A Poem
I would like to thank the sunshine for warming my physical body.I see you above me lightening my soul in both good times and bad. You ask for nothing in return. I assimilate you into my skin and entire being.You bring me endless strength and joy.
"To Right A Wrong"
More wordsmithing with the Rugged Mountain Dad. Setting a poem I wrote a long time ago to music and natural imagery for your encouragement!
Poem| A Lonely Woman and a River
Conext: Our quest to find meaning of life in this world is often disrupted by the icy grasp of absurdity. People who are sensitive to the absurd world can experience meaningless tragedies. This poem also explores the theme of loneliness. Recently, I read about a woman who died after jumping into a river. Through this poem, I want to express my sorrow for that woman.
A Young Florida Poet's Book Is Helping People Open Up About Mental Health
This post includes affiliate links if you purchase anything through these affiliated links, the author may earn a commission. A Misguided Thought is one young man’s attempt at putting his emotions on paper and inspiring others to open up and overcome their struggles, especially with mental health issues.
Life is not a box of chocolates - A Poem
It is More Like a Bowl of Cheerios. Life is not always sweet like chocolate. Life is circular, buoyant…able to stay afloat. Sometimes we swim, sometimes we sink. We need sustenance to hold us up.
"The Chant of the Elders"
More wordsmithing with the Rugged Mountain Dad. Setting a poem I wrote a long time ago to music and natural imagery for your enjoyment!
Poem| A Tear and a Smile
Annotation by Muhammad Nasrullah Khan: The books teach you shouldn't let grief set up in your life, from taking over your life, and from damaging your dreams. Don't let difficult times or difficult times get in the way of your happiness, even when you can't see it. Khalil Gibran, however, thinks that pain is as important as happiness. I chose this poem to illustrate Khalil Gibran's unique perspective. His poems such as this one leave a lasting impression on the reader. Throughout the couplets, you will not be disappointed with your reading experience. The metaphors and imagery are so strong that I used my hands to represent the rising water, coming together, and floating over the land. I have never been moved to do that by any other poem. It is amazing. A second beautiful aspect of this poem is how beautifully it captures emotion and philosophy. Enjoy:
Poem| A Dialogue with God
You are the embodiment of love. Since then, I have adored you most. Do you not hear the cry of the children who sleep on dirt floors?. — the dark and cold embrace of death. Or the landscape of poverty that swallowed his mother.
A Poem to Earth Energy
Let it be known we appreciate the life energy, beyond all religions- you offer us- through the elements on our planet — fire, earth, water, metal, air, and wood. May you realize we acknowledge your ancestral knowledge and the important integration of humor on the planet into the rhythms of our days.
Poem| A Void, We Call Life
Context: This poem is written Frank Zappa's quote:. Absurdity is the only reality. If you don't agree with Frank Zappa, please write your arguments in the comment section. I sit in the world's shadows.