Biography of Elsa Bear
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Elsa Bear Poems
through the mist and all the confusion i see him. he's running towards me
Her Choice, Her Punishment
a product of misery she barely survived her childhood. living on the verge of a breakdown it takes all her energy not to cry everyday.
you always promised me that things wouldn't change and that youd love me all the same youd be there for me when i was happy or sad youd wipe away every tear that i cried
i want to be loved i want to be held. i want to feel good and i want to do well.
blank pages stare back at her a book full of them feeling uninspired she sits by her window sill staring at the trees, the houses, the passersby.
the happy days were all just a dream something to remember with a smile, a thousand years ago it seemed. i remember us together, walking hand in hand
I Have Felt Sadness
i have felt many kinds of sadness my world has fallen apart time and time again, i have felt the standard issue sadness that comes with being a teenager,
dear boy, i want you to kiss me again just once, just softly.
If I Left
if i left now would your heart break? would it mend again? if i left now
me and you against the world. that's the way it's always been you keep my sane,
A Stitch In Time
hands wrinkle before my eyes. i turn them over, palms facing me. time passes quickly,
a hot summer night, jazz rides the sticky air and climbs in through my window. the music of my memories,
every year for 27 years on the day he died, her heart skips a beat,
i find you on the balcony, staring into the sky, lost amongst the stars. you're far away,
How Was Your Day?
i call you at midnight
to cry down the phone
to moan about my pathetic life
i dont even ask how your day was.
i fear the magic roundabout music
revolves around your head
as you stare blankly at the tv
your mind devoid of any thought.
i know you care