I re-write this poem every year to keep up with whatever's new and trendy. It was once called the best poem I've ever written but I disagree. I just like the satirical humor yet seriousness in the call to action which is so easy to misinterept.
Since I'm working on my book right now, expect to see me to post a few love poems that come from it. Here's one about the wind. The image I was trying to portray is something peacerful and destructive at the same time.
I did this as a warm up for my Creative Writing class. I tried to find the picture, but Idk if it's online.
But I basically had to write off of a black and white picture of a woman and fist.
The lady could either be the victim or the fist. I chose victim
The people who studied/were intersted in English in school will probably understand this better.
This single poem spraked the idea for my book, Combining two of my favorite things (love & language)
And yes...I know it's really corny lol
My younger self's attempt at an allegory.
Inspired by the cliche "build a bridge and get over it"
You can tell this is old cause I start praying in the middle of it.
But anyway, it would still be new to you guys.
Yay for more depressing stuff! I've really gone in the vault this time to gather up some of my older writings.
I don't rememeber when I wrote this exactly but it's inspired by a quote from Asher Roth's Sour Patch Kids.
It's like a child's plea for peace.