Biography of Sammi Ama
Sammi Ama Poems
What High School Taught Me...
Freshmen year, the only boy who wanted me was older, handsome, and knew exactly what he was doing when
The People You Will Meet But Never Reall...
my favorite friend has the word wanderlust inked across her skin
Fossils & Artifacts
I went to a museum yesterday to look at what was left of the ancient Egyptian society,
sob for the lack of substance in all your conversations you allowed them to dilute down
I have friends but my friends are funny fair weather creatures that only call when they have stories to tell
Don'T Scratch Inexplicable Itches
I drank with him and his friends the other night and one of them turned so red, it looked as if someone stuck him into the oven and forgot him there.
fragile, be careful don’t let the wind blow me down
You'Ll Find Me In The Mediterranean
I read that a species of shrimp is the loudest animal, that they can create a sonic boom so loud you can’t even hear it but it can still stun you to death
I Told Myself I’d Regret It In The Morni...
He says “Thank you” but I didn’t do it for him; I did it for me.
Know Your Conversions
i don’t think that i am capable of love.
The Truth Is Wrong
I told my friend how the only fate you possess is created by you. How the potential for any outcome is there,
Growing Up Doesn'T Change The Important ...
When I was younger, I sang and sang any chance I got. I would wake up early Sunday mornings and let my grandmother yank the tangles out of my curly hair
Smoke & Mirrors
Don’t forget to look at everything with wide open eyes because you don’t want to miss a thing. You can’t be happy and you can’t love properly until
Filling Up The Pieces
I’ll be the chatter Of your teeth When it’s cold out
fragile, be careful
the wind blow
falling, too quickly
if you don’t move
broken, different pieces
of me are scattered
the dirty floor
glued, back together
whole once again
but not really
somehow i remain