I was a little hesitant about posting this because I didn’t want to sound as though I was continuing to dwell on my own breakup. Truth be told, a young friend of mine recently went through a harrowing breakup, and it was to cheer her up that I started digging out the poetry that helped… Continue reading Best Breakup Poetry (By Female Poets)
It was a whim that drove me yesterday to begin searching for love poetry written by women authors, or at the very least from a female perspective. Although this has been up and coming for a long time – ever since I immersed myself properly in Pablo Neruda’s work, and found that poem after lovely,… Continue reading Of poetry and the male form.
Like just about any poetry I write, hell, like just about Anything I write, I have a strong suspicion this is subconsciously plagiarized :S. But oh well. —- Let us gnaw. Let us quietly chew away At the ideas that make us, That break us, that defined who we are Before we broke the mould… Continue reading Um, poem.
(Nerdy, I know. Anyway :P) You are my catecholamine, my darling catecholamine You are the protamine to my overdose of heparin You are my anti-emetic when I am nauseatic, You are the Vitamin K when my life is bleeding away, Because I love you and its so true Unlike amiodarione you don’t make me blue,… Continue reading Pharmacological Love