Now this ain't no shy love song from afar Because it's the stuff Ima say to you in your car Right after the first date when we both realize us that this must have been fate When I see you I forget about the past Emotions running high my heart starts beating kinda fast My … Continue reading To you
Finally back with a poem! Also, a lot of poems will now have a YouTube video of the poem accompanied with it! This poem goes out to the college undergraduates from May. The traffic light I come to at the four-way intersection quickly changes to green— just as it did months ago. Crossing over, … Continue reading Recollection
The pen and mind are finally in tune once again...
You know me and Ronde used to talk about this kind of stuff all the time like… What it would be like to get closer to your dreams. I ain’t know much then, but I probably could tell you a little something now They used to call me Mr. Big Dream An idealist who … Continue reading Closer to My Dreams
Last night was the time I saw your eyes twinkle like when rain droplets refract the LED lights I believed could mimic the stars. The smile on your face as I slowly held your hand was like a shot of ecstasy- a feeling that made me as limp as the spaghetti we shared together … Continue reading First Night
Little droplets paint The landscape in purity Unbeknownst to hate
Amongst the green I remember when I took my first step into a new world. The wind told me to follow wherever it went and to believe in its spirit. In your embrace I felt the breeze brush against me as if to say keep looking.
My body tingled in anticipation of the blistering wind. As the frost covered my car, the words we spoke seemed to mask the facades we generally have as barriers.
I had the opportunity to perform at this spoken word competition called DreamSpeak. It was based on the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday. This is what I felt I had to say. I remember when my grandparents told me the day that they were excited to hear how MLK brought change to a nation that … Continue reading Towards Reality
Amazing blog post by a good friend of mine!
“I have no regrets. I wouldn’t have lived my life the way I did if I was going to worry about what people were going to say” ~ Ingrid Bergman
Being shy was frustrating. I used to think incessantly about what other people thought and whether they viewed me in a positive light. I used to be the quiet guy who would quiver at the sight of an attractive girl. I would come up with a million ways of how I would talk to her, and in the end it would be for naught. With every way I could come up with, there would be an accompanying question that made me debate whether I should just go to my room and hang out with my good buddy Netflix. Usually that’s what ended up being the move.
When I entered college, I was the same kind of person mentioned above. I actually spent…
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