Tabitha Castillo

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Tabitha Castillo started writing poetry at a very early age. As a child she was always encouraged to write poetry by her family. Her mother, the late Irma Lopez, once told her to 'paint [me] a picture with [your] words' she has been doing so since. A full time student Tabitha can be found with her immediate family in sunny Las Vegas, Nevada.
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A Walk With God
I found God among the silence of a long afternoon.

He was sitting in the sunshine and humming a little tune.
From The Confines Of My Sleepy Mind
The sky will cry the saddest tears
Is there no way to repent
And hide all my inequities?
They are mine here
Stone Cold Angel
Carved from stone by broken hands turned up towards Heaven.
Born of melted glass once hot with passion now cold and unforgiving.
Pedi stools are for masterpieces showing the vulnerability that this child does not permit himself.
God grant me the Love that I need to show him that each stroke,
Shadow Of Doubt: Broken Promises
I think that there is a point in every person's Life where yo come to he realization that 'pinky promises' can be broken and often are. You come to a hard realization that the world isn't black and white and despite you trying to cling to your childhood idealism, the world isn't fair. For some this comes early....

You're the beacon of Truth to my midnight Life.
Lighthouse to my ocean of doubt.
Midnight Is Madness
Echoes in the confines of my soul
Driving me to my own private madness.
I fear if someone does not answer soon


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