Biography of Giselle Joseph
Hi, well my name is mentioned above, however i'm also called 'The Empress' or 'African Princess' by some, I can't say why. However I've always enjoyed writing poems, so I decided to join the club. Presently I'm persuing one of my dreams of getting my first book published, so wish me luck! Thanks for all your support thus far. Love to all.
Giselle Joseph Poems
A Sight For Soar Eyes
Displaying their many colors elegantly they swayed gracefully to a sound by tall strong towers they shade.
A Weeping Heart
Emotions drenched my body as you uprooted your tree of love trimmed the branches and set it ablaze.
Standing in the light a nude of caramel a perfect portrait admired
Silence crept between us signing I don't comprehend
Mystery hangs like leaves on a tree listlessly falling to depart from thee who can this fellow be your brother, father, uncle maybe?
A Butterflys' World
Transcending images on high adorned in the twilights presence seeking answers like a spy spreading their ingenuous essence.
A stranger he was A stranger he continues to be lerking day and night in my twisted dreams.
Shadow lingers in the hall as voices echos through the windy night gloom of death soon approaches our bodies shivered in fright.
Sitting on the open deck bathing in the evening sun being wrapped by the salted air I admired the white foam on the sandy shore
The Dress Of Deceit
Jealousy breaks down an old wooden door snarling and dribbling leaving prints of it's claw, grasping wildly at what its eyes can see
You Left Me For! ! ! ! ! ! ! ?
Your laughter dwells within my home and filled with memories of you, you said you loved me what have I done? Our love is over due.
Seclusion Quiet Peace Serenity - she seeked.
Threatened by your judgemental take I lay in bed and wait rejected by your nautious stance didn't deserve a second glance
Anger Dwells Within
Despair brandish me Hate envovles me Spite provokes me Crime erupts me
Shadow lingers in the hall
as voices echos through the windy night
gloom of death soon approaches
our bodies shivered in fright.
Spirits of the night in search of life
roaming through the streets
with their eye sucket empty and tight locked jaw
seeks to be free once more.