Soulwriter's Poems

Here's the list of poems submitted by Soulwriter  —  There are currently 7 poems total — keep up the great work!

Song of Myself from Leaves of Grass

1 I celebrate myself, and sing myself, And what I assume you shall assume, For every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you. I loafe and invite my soul, I lean and loafe at my ease observing a spear of summer grass. My tongue, every atom of...

by Walt Whitman

added by Soulwriter
16 days ago

Poem no.4

What's the point of it all, She despaired. What's the meaning of life? She thought she had it figured you see, So beyond her years and wise. Compassion, gratitude, mindfulness, Self-care down to a tee. Don't sweat the small stuff, she read, Slee...

by Charlotte Cohen

added by Soulwriter
1 month ago

Poetry in the Time of Corona

Hungryyy, he says. My morning alarm. I blink sleepily to three more crowded on the bed. One falls off and I hoist her up again whilst bringing newborn close. Morning's gentle light falls on bare feet padding downstairs for warm porridge in pyjam...

by Charlotte Cohen

added by Soulwriter
1 month ago

Sarah Everard

Although the night is dark, it isn't very late. I'm sure it's safe to walk, I'm not far from my estate. I shall listen to my music, As I walk down by the sea, I'm sure that I'll be safe, No one will be watching me. Im looking forward to my sh...

by Joanne Boyle

added by Soulwriter
1 month ago

Heartfelt

I have never lost a child but I often wonder how anybody copes who has. This statue is a representation of how it must feel to be a bereaved parent. The words are how I can only imagine how it would feel. I woke up from my sleep this morning Whic...

by Joanne Boyle

added by Soulwriter
1 month ago

Seated ❤️

Do not look at me with sorrow, Simply because I sit alone. It is a choice I chose to make To compose the shivers from my bone. Do not look at this with pity, As it was what I chose to do. It was Philips place to be, I wanted to show that to ...

by Joanne Boyle

added by Soulwriter
1 month ago

Gone

Tear-filled, I gaze at you. Beauty-full child. Unknowingly You have become Sad providence's New sound. Existential wonder, Innocent eyes. Questioning hearts Needing replies. He went away? No goodbyes? Does he love us still, From the other side? ...

by Charlotte Cohen

added by Soulwriter
2 months ago

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