Carol Nichols

Carol Nichols Poems

Tears secretly sting my eyes

A feeling of fear so intense

Who am I if I'm not someone else's

What am I doing building other people's dreams

A little girl sits at the edge of the sea

Digging for creatures in the cool, wet sand

On a salty night

with an evanescent mist

She had eyes as blue as the ocean

On it's most clear and beautiful day

Carol Nichols Biography

Carol Nichols grew up in the small fishing town of Sebastian Florida. Being a salty Florida girl, the ocean inspires a lot of her writing. She has no previous publications but is working on a small collection to be made into a poetry chapbook. She is a member of the Laura Riding Jackson Foundation Writer's Club.)

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Neurotic By Nature

Tears secretly sting my eyes

A feeling of fear so intense

It's now consuming my body and mind

My chest is heavy, voice is pinched

Anxiety starts to burn a hole

Like a cigarette touching paper

An emotion that cannot be controlled

Making me neurotic by nature

Face tingling, my mind is racing

There's no reaction to the breaths I'm taking

Paying a debt I do not yet owe

Imprisoned in my own head

Put on a smile, don't let it show

That I want to scream but I laugh instead

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To write is to entertain, to seduce the reader. It is lonely work but it gives you the chance to be great on your own.

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