Poems about Health
The tides of stress seem to rise with the moon, And choppy ocean waters crash against the wall.
Feathers weighed down by the grey colors Of melted snow in a New York gutter; Beak stained black with an unknown curse-
Once upon a time, there was a girl. The girl, born from fervent wishes, knew not of any life different
don't let the fuse burn too shortdon't let it burn too fastcause when that fuse is at its end
Once Upon A Time... Repunzil was trapped in a tower Locked away for whole summers,
I will be vegan Not because it is a trend on social media Not because i think its some fad diet
So clumsy, ever so soft Her long hair shifting as fast as her future Both capable of shining
Give in to disrespect, it wasn't in me until I found that their words of encouragment were never for but yet against me
her lips part at the arduous notions of stepmother bound to her trail of agony, shallowed dress keeping pace
Strange isn't it? The way we act so different behind closed doors when no one is looking.