poetry

National Poetry Month: Emily Dickinson

  April is National Poetry Month. And I'd like to feature two of my favorite poems by Emily Dickinson. There is a pain — so utter 599 There is a pain — so utter — It swallows substance up — Then covers the Abyss with Trance — So Memory can step Around — across —… Continue reading National Poetry Month: Emily Dickinson

Advertisements
poetry, Writing

Poem: Vertigo

So I have migraine and some of my migraine attacks are vestibular migraine. And that means vertigo, disequilibrium and dizziness. A ride you never meant to get on and can't get off. It actually also means I can't go on amusement part rides as that is a massive trigger for these. And lately it has… Continue reading Poem: Vertigo

poetry

Poem: A Whisper Away

  A Whisper Away   Just a whisper away Pain’s hidden tears Smiles with edges that fray Silence weighs the fears   Pain’s hidden tears rules all the sorrows Smiles with edges that fray stealing all tomorrows   Rules all the sorrows Smiles with edges that fray Stealing all tomorrows Just a whisper away