Collette Anderson Williams
Biography of Collette Anderson Williams
Collette is a chocolate lover, poet, freelance writer, teacher, entrepreneur, introvert. She is also passionate about the English language and French.
Collette Anderson Williams Poems
When The Pain No Longer Hurts
His hand outstretched, as he tugged the tail of her garb. He gently yanked her to
Where The Ocean Kisses The Heavens
I sat beneath the golden sun Which warmed my troubled frame - On that hill looking beyond the valley At leaves so green and rich with life.
Floods of emotions swell within me. What is this? , I ask. I've been here before; But the cycle kept reminding me
Old Friend, You Are Forever Young
I saw an old friend today; she looked as young as she did only yesterday.
The Joy Of A New Day
Yesterday you looked in the mirror and gazed at what you were deceived to deem as nothing! You had given others the stamp of approval
A heart of stone I've so long embraced. My stubborn nature made me immovable, Even with the touch
Do you not see me? Freckles, pimples and scars - the seemingly invisible ones - ...even then,
The Beast In The Lamb
Silently, we guarded and enshrouded the seeds which kept poisoning the land - seedlings we have watered - and the seeds they did give increase.
What if... what if we each seek to consider the feelings
I Write What I Write
I write what I write because someone is hurting and needs to heal.
A Thousand Words
A thousand words My heart has already spoken - A thousand words I've yet to say.
Teach Me Not To Murmur
Lord, when I can't see my way through ‘Cause the sky is no longer clear and blue, Lord, teach me not to murmur.
Cry Me A River
Thundering emotions fill my heart In the quest to find true answers. I bear my pain in bittersweet anguish waiting for you -
From A Distance
Your gentle midst broke through my pain and your words pelted my heart. You penned words that echoed beauty. Our hearts were strangers,
From A Distance
Your gentle midst broke through my pain
and your words pelted my heart.
You penned words that echoed beauty.
Our hearts were strangers,
yet we've always been at home
... together -
and I loved you
from a distance.