Category Archives: Poetry

It left him hanging in the sky-Picture it and Write

Picture it and Write-Sorry it’s been this long! He was a dreamer, that one, Ambitious only in his mind, His cloud carried him from the ground but never to the sun, It left him hanging in the sky.     … Continue reading

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Leaving Loveless

I just realised this is my 100th post on this blog and I can’t believe it’s gone this far! When I started, I had a feeling that it would turn out like one of my old diaries; I would start … Continue reading

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I love it

The sharp spice of rain in the air I love it The tear-streaked windows I love it The shiny red umbrellas I love it The soft pitter patter of companionship I love it The endless and mindless sky I love … Continue reading

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The lady with the glass heart

Her eyes are cast down, Those beautiful delicate eyes, To balance that horrendous hat of hers On top her head. A gaudy plume masks her chiffon curls And sharpens her features tightly and harshly. With your face down like that, … Continue reading

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Excerpt from ‘From Up on Poppy Hill’

Hey guys, recently I rewatched the movie From Up on Poppy Hill (Or Kokuriko-zaka kara), which is from my beloved Ghibli studios and directed by Goro Miyazaki and I noticed this pretty poem in it that I wanted to share. … Continue reading

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My Mountains Are Answering-Picture it and Write

  My contribution this week for Picture it and Write, I’ve missed a few that I’m not happy about but hope to get back on track soon. Happy reading!   My Mountains Are Answering How come, how come? no matter … Continue reading

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Excerpts from The Word, Two Hundred Years of Polish Poetry translated by Marcel Weyland

Aloha! I recently purchased this book for a very low prince for which I’m quite proud of myself for and thought that the translations of the Polish poems were quite lovely and soothing. They are presently neatly on two separate pages; … Continue reading

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