Thaddeus Shane Whittington
Biography of Thaddeus Shane Whittington
A Native Hawaiian writer born in Hawaii, initially from the southeast corner of the island of Oahu, currently residing on the Island of Maui.
Thaddeus Shane Whittington Poems
What I may and what I may not. A random superfluous thought.
The days are far too short, the slaying of me is such a petty sport. Too far away on any given day...hearts words spoken in dismay.
Chasing dreams…fleeting moments in time...release eludes me still Pushing pulling tugging carrying a heavy load…I will
A morality play...ignorant opinions hold sway, deft minions of a deaf, dumb and blind god. Why the back and the white, when grey will incite. Never judge and bear the fetid fruit.
Well will I ever be worth the time...When will I ever be worth the chance.
Been on my knees swearing at the light.. Sorrow filled with tears running through the night. I look around and I am all alone...A heavy weight how must I atone. I paid the price time and again...end the loneliness... begging for the day to end.