Peter Griffin: "...WORDS."
Since I started writing I've found it to be an amazing way of channeling emotions, good and bad. I also find it's easier to speak openly in a poem as opposed to directly to people.
Anyway, read my poems, you might as well, you've already read this!
Her smile shines brighter than her soul
Her thoughts are deep and darkening
But oh her smile
Her smile shines brighter than her soul
I live and I write...... My life is a canvas and I have arranged the qualities of myself so perfectly as to contradict angelic purity and blasphemy in such a way that it is irresistible to all lovers, and all tragic romantics, all of those with open hearts to warm themselves.
So warm your hearts in the oh so soothing sometimes painful flame that exhumes from me.
It has laid in my body as a coffin for to many centuries, its about time i let it out now.
These poems are all my original work, I write from the heart and my head for my own sanity! I do not share these with anyone I know... These are my inner most thoughts written directly on here to share with others as part of my healing process.
Unfortunately most of my self penned poetry is dark and sacred to me- by writing on here I feel I am able to express myself freely with the knowledge that there are like minded people who can relate to my poems... As much as I can relate to theirs...
I enjoy writing
My poems may not always be the best nor Structured or Punctuated but thats ok with me it helps me vent and share my feeling that's why I do it hope others can Enjoy my writing as much as I do
I hope you enjoy - all feedback is really welcome and very gratefully received.
I love writing and I discovered my self writing poetry at age fourteen.I believe poetry is the expression of the soul. The rest they say it is history.
Now, My Words: Past
I'm an enthusiast and connoisseur of my passions for music, movies, fishing, hunting, and hiking in woods, mountains, what have you for clear mind and exploration of known and unknown realms of reality and fantasy through writing. My admiration for these endeavors comes from no product, mental or physical , at the event's end but an addictive high from the process of participating. Playing the drums or listening to guitar, acting or viewing, keeping or tossing, Taking or passing, seeking or denying. It has, is, and always will be at the hands of amusement through partaking in whatever occurrence. The passion of writing
Lived a life of different struggles and probably still will experience some more in my life. At the same time have conquered some great battles in life. Now going through a new journey and wondering where its going to lead . Now I feel like I need to share my words just as a release and also to get feed back. Writing is something I enjoy and now I will see how it does out in the public.
P.S. Just so those who read my poems they are what I call just words to me so they may seem raw. I just type them up like I wrote them
Have a good one and thank you for reading.
Never knew a way to express my thoughts so I turned to a pen and paper. slowly I became an amateur writer
There is a great, black, vacuous space. Within this darkened void lies all manner of gaseous forms and material substances endlessly swirling in a constant state of both perfect chaos and immaculate harmony. But even the most vividly descriptive imagery can only at best scratch the surface of such a mysteriously complicated thing. Such is the vain attempt to accurately depict the sheer complexity of a person within a paragraph. I can never fully express all that I am through written word alone, for just as the Universe must be experienced in order to be fully understood, so must I.
I have a LOT (too much) compassion for others & an open mind when it comes to all things | 27 years old | Figuring out life a little more all the time...finally | I write from the heart & I cant promise all PG on here (like it’s not going to be all PG FORSURE) | Good & bad experiences give you something to write about, so if I had a positive for all the things I've gone through, I have experiences, which fuels my poetry/creativity | NEVER look back, just keep looking & moving forward 🌺
People are always trying to change my word's, or turn them into something they are not, however I will remain true to myself...
I have a desire. A desire to fix my life while at the same time fixing others. I'm a wanna-be poet from Kansas City, and I'm still very young. I want to continue to stretch my mind and continue to gain skills at writing. My poetry is mainly about my life and how I cope through, in hopes that I'll help someone else. I prefer deep emotional poetry, such as Edgar Allen Poe, or the best of Shakespeare, I also love Donte. Poetry is an amazing art, and I will always try to be better.
I write either when I'm feeling good or bad. A way for me to vent out my emotions. Great Remedy of healing my heart. Helps me prosper.....
How do you survive the loss of a beloved? The author shares, in a style reminiscent of Rod McKuen, how he returned over and over after his divorce to the same Florida beach he once shared with his first love when they were teenagers in the 1970s. He walks and writes of his sorrow, and later his surprise of passion experienced with other loves on that same beach. He later placed those notes, in a bottle of sorts, which returned to him some thirty years later as a gift which he now shares with you.
The author grew up in a small town in South Alabama and on the Gulf Coast of Florida. After being honorably discharged from the United States Air Force in 1980 he received a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology and has worked as a licensed psychotherapist for over thirty years. He also received a Master's degree in the Humanities from The University of West Florida where he taught briefly as an adjunct. He now resides just footsteps away from Blue mountain beach.
These poems are from a compilation entitled “Notes From Blue Mountain Beach”, that may be reviewed online at most book sellers. They were written when the author was in his twenty’s, about forty years ago. They are more akin to “Sketches” of actual moments. You may view photos of Blue Mountain Beach taken in the 1970s and more recently on his website here: http://bluemountainbeach.weebly.com/