Biography of Faith Offerman
Poetry is a huge part of my life and I enjoy writing it with all of my heart. Sometimes it takes me months to come up with a poem, other times it just comes to me. I do not like writing about tooty fruity things like how great love is or about rainbows and unicorns, I write about heartbreak and horror. Occasionally I'll break off of my normal poetry ways, but it is on rare occasions and usually I feel those poems don't turn out as well as I would have liked them to. I am not a depressed person, I just feel I can write better if it is about heartbreak, horror, dispair, anger, hatred, and other things.
Faith Offerman Poems
Peace That Was Never Peace
Wars, famon, and hatred That’s what our world’s full of today Nothing but pain and suffering That never goes away
Acient one sleeping, waiting to arise When earth's power bleeds sacred red The mark strikes true; Queen Tsi Sgili will devise He shall be washed from his entombing bed
There are those who pass Like ships in the night Who meet for a moment Then sail out of sight
And Then She Was Gone
She chose to walk alone Though others wondered why Refused to look before her, Kept eyes cast upwards,
Not Being What They Seem
Last night while I lay deep in sleep There came the strangest dream. A voice was warning of good men Not being what they seem.
No One Loved Her
When I was young I met a girl Cuter than anyone could truly imagine She was nearly perfect, except her fashion But the child gave no care in the world
The Entombing Night
As the moon is shining, the clock strikes twelve The ominous wind blows in the darkness deep It howls and shutters the barren branches As the tree trunks lean and creep.
War man checks the target Making sure to mark it Castles unsuspecting Enemy’s breaking routine
She looked at her grandma and laughed together They had just spent the entire day with each other As they waited for the father, his girlfriend, a brother To return from the place they went with one another
Love isn’t a happy, flowery fun rainbow, no— It’s a wild, deadly, dangerous volcano! You sit down and wait for one huge fight to finish, And watch the love that you once shared diminish.
This is the place I've learned so well This is where I want to dwell Someone took me far away But this is where I want to stay
I heard a careless whisper say 'Don't be late for school.' What a way to start the day I have to go see him
As I Go Down To Sleep
Lord, I pray You, let me know, How to let my senses flow. Where do I let my feelings go? Who, and what, should I show?
Not Being What They Seem
Last night while I lay deep in sleep
There came the strangest dream.
A voice was warning of good men
Not being what they seem.
It said to beware false prophets
Who spew out words of hate.
Remember God loves all of us,
We each decide our fate.