Biography of Raymichelle Springer
Well i started writing poems as a means to express feelings that i could not say out loud. 'Something Weird' and 'Playful Times' was done just to create this account. Everytime i had an overwhelming feeling i could not express i vented it onto pen and paper. Every feeling, anger, love, pain, (especiaal pain) .All my secrets are hidden in the words i write. Every intricate part of who i am comes out in my poetry all you have to do is read.I'm no Mya Angelo(i absolutely adore her) but i love poetry and reading all kinds of books.I think it defines a person and exposes the mind to places only the mind can go, thus creating an almost alternate reality where the possiblities are endless.
Raymichelle Springer's Works:
i haven't published any books......yet!
Raymichelle Springer Poems
El Prima Memoria
When the horizon and the sea meet thats when i miss you most Whe the sky has company and has a most luminous host When the ear can hear the heart's every beat And the driving music of the world must now take the back seat
I've had enough I've been here too long I'm tired of the games I'm sick of the same old songs
The Times We Try
The many times in life we try, To go up and down so earnestly we get by. To be a place, to know a face and want nothing to do with it, To pretend till life ends, to think you know what you want.
The Eye Of Hatred
To be a mate you sacrifice You must be willing and ready to try To swim against a blistering currant To push against a howling wind
Busy, Lazy nothing to do Working hardly not trying to prove What you're doing they'd like to know For your idleness it doesn't show
Playful Times Skipping through what might have been 1,2,3,4 jump in and you win Double Dutch if you dare
The Eye Of Hatred
To be a mate you sacrifice
You must be willing and ready to try
To swim against a blistering currant
To push against a howling wind
To ride amoung spies and theives
To set your mind not to leave
The outside world creeps on in
Shadow waves of tortured past
Crashing unto todays' horizon