Archive | December, 2012

I went and made myself sad again

25 Dec

Poetry Wednesday 2.0

19 Dec

Happy Poetry Wednesday! 

Here’s another ekphrastic poem written by yours truly:

Little Blackfoot River by Ned Mueller

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I am the wind –

carrier of the senses.

 

I rush above the river,

like a racecar driving to

the finish line at the end.

 

I give a breeze to those around,

Through the leaves falling from trees,

Or the way the grass may bend.

Running up one’s spine and toes.

 

I am singing a sweet song

That few people understand,

Except for those who know me.

One might see the work I do –

 

I may carry a sweet smell

To those willing to let me in

Of whatever I may bring.

 

I am the wind –

Carrier of the senses.

 

*bows* Hah, just kidding. That one sucks, too, but oh welllll!

So, tomorrow I’ll finish my last of seven final exams! THANK THE LORD BABY JESUS CHRIST.

After tomorrow, we are officially off of school for two weeks. That’s a break I really need. I just I can’t do anything anymore. Studying has taken all of me.It’s horrible.

 

Oh, and the world ends in two days.

Lol. Riiiiiight.

I say the Mayans just got lazy and decided not to finish the calendar, but that’s just me.

 

Peace, Love, and Christmas Time is Here (~cue Peanuts kids~),

Cassidy

 

Poetry Wednesday

5 Dec

Bonjour, bloggers!

So, as you can tell from the title, today is Poetry Wednesday!Image

Today, I shall post one of my suckish poems. Enjoy feeling better about yourself!

Alley by the Lake by Leonid Afremov

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Conflating Leaves

Rain pours down as I stare.

He can’t be with another –

Out in the open air!

A shame he is my lover.

He gently grabs her hand

Where leaves conflate their colors –

Like something that is grand.

The wind serves as a messenger:

I have been forgotten.

I stand solitary

As the rain pours on slowly.

I begin to fell dreary,

And absentmindedly,

A tear falls from my cheek.

My love has been

Lost and never again

To be found.

Yay for suckish poems!

Well, I hope you enjoyed reading this terrible poem. Have an amazing end to Poetry Wednesday!
Oh, and be expecting these every other week.

Yay for more sucky poems!

Peace, Love, and Bad Poems,

Cassidy