Biography of Toby
An angry son, A lazy student, A demanding boyfriend, A wanderer in life.
Yesterday, we were full of cheer smiling, eyes bright, we dashed ahead into the future.
Ghost Of My Heart
To see the world in her face, Eternity in her gait. Walk a million miles in one pace, And say the universe in one phrase.
A Simpler World
O, To live in a world that was simpler. Where one’s only concern is today. Where love is true and straight, Where the word hate is unheard of.
Do Not Spare Me
Do not spare me from pain, so that I may become stronger. Do not spare me from loneliness, so that I may be independent. Do not spare me from sadness, so that I may appreciate happiness. Do not spare me from harsh words, so that I may learn to speak kindly.
Leaving My Body
Leaving my body, I go far To where the world is simpler, And life more fair.
Being A Prisoner
To find everything, Which has been stuffed down my gullet, To be worthless.
Who Am I?
I have an idea, A little idea, A tiny little idea, Of what it is to be me.
The world through a window, has spots, stains, and smudges, is fuzzy without glasses.
Poems of any length, convey depth beyond paper. Ink in small amounts, their physical barriers surmount.
What is good foundation? In a building maybe deep is strong. But in a person is that wrong?
Beauty bars not pain but lies, hiding scars in Beauty's guide. Though Beauty's ways are cunning and sly,
A Boy’s Love
There was a boy of south who fell in love and love did bear him out.
Today's The Day
Today's the day I worried about yesterday, and all is well. All that fretting, nagging, and gnashing, all that worry, heartache, and pain, all came to no gain.
Being A Prisoner
To find everything,
Which has been stuffed down my gullet,
To be worthless.
O! The trauma!
By being herded like a llama.
Not being able to make a free choice,
We are indeed, prisoners.
How I long to be free!
And to swim, at last,
Free from fear, in the beautiful sea.