Biography of Brianna Kobylka
A lover of words and the English language since birth, Brianna Kobylka has been writing since she was able. She reads in all of her spare time, and also writes just as much. She has won awards for her writing, such as the Young Writers contest in seventh grade, and was published, as well as a narrative award in her school.
Brianna Kobylka's Works:
The Treasure Ship (Poetry Book)
Brianna Kobylka Poems
Cold As Ice
As They walk in, Boys stare, girls glare, Nostrils flair and boys tear themselves From what was nice
On This Night
Gentle heat Of this fire. Come with me beside this pyre. Bring to me from where he lay
Oh, her hope! Busts in gloom. Let him really see her soon. Let him look in her direction,
A queen, a queen, Long dead past, All knew she of gruesome wrath. Growing old,
His love fits her like a glove. But what she feels inside Is far too hard to hide. He is the best,
Naught But Love
I would love to be loved, Would you? Beauty, it is not, But beautiful, yes.
There is a name to which I answer; A call to which I heed. Someone whom I'd die for, Someone whom I need.
His love fits her like a glove.
But what she feels inside
Is far too hard to hide.
He is the best,
She can't deny,
But is he what she wants inside?
She can't be sure,
Yet it feels so pure
That what she wants inside
Is what she has to hide.