Sarah N. Williams
Biography of Sarah N. Williams
Sarah Nicole Williams, Nikki to her friends, was born and raised in the Kansas City area. A variety of factors and events in her life contributed to her soul-searching style of poetry including her albinism and visual disability, her parents divorce when she was 7, a period of severe depression and suicidal tendencies as a teenager, the death of her first born child and her alienation with mainstream religion as a young adult. She currently works as a professional singer/songwriter and an assistant high school speech and debate coach. She hopes that her poetry inspires others to search for and find their own unique path in this lifetime and find an expression for their true 'I Am' essence.
Sarah N. Williams Poems
Let me breathe deep your wanton aire filling my lungs with the soft, supple, sweetness
Not In Here
I'm not me right now, don't know who I am could be that I'm feeling like life is a sham.
The Om Of I Am
I am… I am… Tiny seed
Today...is July 28. Today is the day where I allow myself the hallowed indignity of being a broken woman...and I cling to it.
Return To Mother
Labored breath; gasping, grasping, clinging to life’s thread
One Pagan's Plea
Goddess-chill my soul, be still and bring your breath of wonderous icy-dying dew. Blanket my aching bones
You say to look within your book and seek my answers there. You say if truth lies not with him it isn't anywhere.
Shattered dreams, shards of glass thin as paper leaves scattered on the winds of change.
When Spirits Speak
No... it's not with words they speak... not that you can hear. Their summer sun-beam message
A Soul Betrayed
Had they even bothered to unearth even the slightest of my deepest fears... they might have known...
The Om Of I Am
Carried on gentle breeze blowing.
The velvety softness of earth’s loving arms,
Embrace me, enfold me, enrich me and mold me
Inhaling the stillness I’m safe from all harm.