Tag Archive: feelings


Nature Feels

See the sky?

It’s blue but it’s happy

See the river?

Its green but does not envy

The clouds are white and pure

But it can also be dark and heavy

Nature can be full of wonder

Full of emotions

No Love

They judge me

They tell me I’ve never truly felt love

Or been in love
But how would they know?

The dim witted often think they’re smart

They will never understand 

And I won’t care

Because I know,

Heartbreak is all I’ve ever had 

About Being Single

Every single day they tell me

Tease me

And sometimes it hurts me

Because a single word can be hurtful 

When every single time you are told

As if you do not feel a single emotion 

As if you are not smart enough to understand 

Because they think being single is a disappointment 

When truth is, their single mindedness 

Is the real problem

Half Meant

Didn’t he know that when I said we should be for each other 

It was not just a joke?

Half of it was hoping

Most of it was true
And didn’t he know my feelings weren’t a lie?

Couldn’t he see?

It was all half meant

Oh My Name

He knew my name

And spoke it well

And for all the times we spent together 

I’m the only one that fell.
Though the feel is great

It’s such a shame

I felt too much for him 

But he only knows my name.

He Gave Me Up

I told myself it never was

Told myself he never did

Gave up hope and my feelings for him altogether

Thinking, he and I were not meant once or forever.
I told myself I was the only one who fell

The only one who felt it

But circumstances reveal something else entirely 

He loved me after all, wholeheartedly.
And circumstances became the reason why

He had to give me up and say goodbye

You Can’t Force Love

You can’t impose it

Or simply dispose of it

You can’t wish for it to happen

Or force it

It happens when it does and it’s a great thing when it comes your way

But how can I put this simply

In words easily understood?

Don’t force me, because if I don’t like it

I never will

Music Feeds The Soul

Oh I get emotional 

I get teary-eyed 

A rollercoaster ride of feelings

Sometimes I just can’t hide

I go up, I go down

I feel happy, I feel sad

I listen to the words

And often, I feel glad

It captivates me

It’s quite alluring 

The wonderful sounds

Of soulful singing

Until Then

This is me slowly saying goodbye
I remember how this started with a simple “hi”
No bitterness, I promise, that’s no lie
I have to drown the emotions, now they slowly die
I was a good start, it was fun while it lasted
But alas! Your feelings and mine contrasted
And so, this is me walking away
Giving up now to fight another day
You deserve to be happy so now I begin
Letting go of what I never had, until then

Mga pahiyom nga dili mabantayan
Mag sige nalang ba ko anig patagad?
Kanus-a pa kaha nimo ma bansay
Nga ako halos na mamatay
Sa pag tago-tago aning gibati
Nga ipagawas nalang sa usa ka pahiyom

A small smile on my face, but you never notice
Should I keep on trying to get your attention?
When will you realize
That I am close to dying
Trying hard to hide my feelings for you
The only sign that I would ever show, is the faintest smile

Words from a Little Person

Poets bleed from the heart and soul

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The single speaks her mind

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