Nia Schexnider


Nia Schexnider Poems

41. In The Night I Wait 9/25/2012
42. Karma! 4/21/2014
43. Beautiful 4/21/2014
44. The Things You Hold Dear 9/25/2012

Comments about Nia Schexnider

  • Doris Cornago Doris Cornago (12/6/2013 4:16:00 PM)

    Your poem Anger reminded me about my own venom. I can be so exploding full of it - and your poem is a good reminder that anger must be managed and contained. You have a easy and casual way of phrasing your emotions. Never lose this spontaneity.

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Best Poem of Nia Schexnider

The Things You Hold Dear

The things you hold dear,

will disappear.

The those things called sin,

gone in the wind.

Life is a slow motion,

like the waves of the ocean.

Peace comes from understanding that life will change.

New days, new perspectives no longer strange.

Sometimes it's hard to keep going,

When past perspectives keep echoing.

To hold on or to let go?

These are things I do not know.

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Sunset In The Mountians

There is a twinkle in the distance, a light,
that wraps around you and holds you tight,

The sun casts his shadows, shading
You from the light that's fading.

It never goes cold as the day gets old,
It never leaves your sight,
It remains steady in it's flight.

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