Danielle Martens


Danielle Martens Poems

1. Cut-Out Dolls 4/22/2009
2. Inside Jokes 4/27/2009
3. Five Years 4/29/2009
4. Alpha And Omega 4/29/2009
5. The Thief 5/5/2009
6. Sweet Nothings 5/5/2009
7. Guitar 5/10/2009
8. Housekeeping 5/10/2009
9. Albums 5/10/2009
10. Hanging Out 5/10/2009
11. Journal 5/10/2009
12. Elements 5/10/2009
13. Headache 5/13/2009
14. Fireflies 5/13/2009
15. Words 5/13/2009
16. Theories 5/13/2009
17. Sleep 5/13/2009
18. The Bird And The Cage 5/13/2009
19. My Drug Of Choice 5/13/2009
20. Broken Chains 5/13/2009
21. Music 5/13/2009
22. Open Your Eyes 5/13/2009
23. Crossroads 5/13/2009
24. Google That 5/13/2009
25. Love 5/10/2009
26. Healing 4/22/2009
Best Poem of Danielle Martens

Healing

You were my first.
My sweet nothings,
and first kiss.
I cannot help but
to miss your
touch, your smell, the
sound of your voice.

Time reveals
the truth. Alone,
you are surrounded
by a thick fog I
cannot penetrate.

Nor do I wish to.
Yet I cannot fill
this void. There
is no band-aid
big enough for this
pain.

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Cut-Out Dolls

Made of thin paper
for little girls.

Elegant.
Beautiful.
Women of all times.

The clothes come off
with white tabs that
break over time.

Edges worn.
Dresses lost.

Yet they sleep in
a drawer, with
old newspaper
from grandpa's time,
waiting for the next
generation to play.

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