Poems about Animals
So I thought I knew everything… Growing up taught me lessons I should know
Who are you? I do not know you. I do not know you vile ways,The way you take pleasure in wounding me so.
It was a dreary night when it had happened, I was craving the sweet release of death,
Growing up through life, The pressure to find a job is high.
I, travelled amongst the jungle Searching for a rare species, Which people would call em' the blue bird.
A reminder for gratitude ... every day Hebrews 10:3
The three laws of thermodynamics, Seemingly obsolete— only for a scientist's use. The laws of antiquated old men,
i could wax lyrical poetry about wanting, but everyone does that and i want to be uncovnetional,
THE PAINTER OF DREAMS