Biography of Michelle Tiddy
Michelle Tiddy Poems
I heard a song last night Alone in my car, in the velvet dark It epitomised my feelings, my reelings And I began to understand
How can our tender hearts Bear so much pain Why are we able To always love again?
She's an old lady now Who gazes out of the window Counting the birds that fly by Dreaming of the buttercups of youth
Swinging on the apple tree There were you and there was me Like brother and sister we grew Cowboys, indians, pirate dreams
Lack of Faith
A simple case of lack of faith When you should really have enthused.. And love me and trusted me Because I am your muse
Have you ever felt truly alone? Well, I do right now Just lost in my own song Not knowing anything, anymore
Cruel twist of fate
How cruel is fate? Allowing me to know you To feel your heart, to cup your pain To pick you up when you fall down
The Love Motel
think I've lost faith... There is no such thing as love No such thing as the perfect man Just a bitter-sweet torture
Would you like life to be a movie? Which film would you choose? Which character would you play? Happy ending or tragedy...
The Power of Song
When a tiny melody catches your breath And wonderful lyrics impound your brain The clarity of a voice stirs your heart You know you've finally come home
When you dip your toes in the water of life Does it excite you? Does the tingle flood you Right up to the heart and around your mind Like a whitewater rapid ride? Or is it scary?
This funny life.
Isn't life funny sometimes? The ups, the downs, The smiles, the frowns The utter beautiful confusion
Do you know how much I love you? What I have sacrificed, what I have gained How I've put up with your foolishness Where I've dug my own grave?
Am I the only one, who's scared? In fear of losing theirself, their identity Becoming something they didn't mean to be An anathema of their youth?
You burned into my heart, from the moment we met
From the moment you danced upon the page
You see, you made me whole, my heart you stole
And from that moment on, I changed...
I've never felt this burning heat, this
Lover's meet and greet, this tango, this waltz
This sheer abandon of remorse and shame
And then we slowly disintegrated...