The world had to stop For this victory I'm joyus I'm angry I'm still angry I want to bring black life Into this world without Us having to do this **** I want us to grow old Be unscathed Be unbothered And flourish
Like the sun who shares his light to see the flowers bloom; I gave you much of mine to see you flourish in the springs warm womb and when the night falls I wait the night to see you when sunrise comes about For, without a doubt you stick by, waiting for me too to tell the stories you've plucked up from the seeds that wait to sprout
When a bird captures your eye, or even a little butterfly you played jests and chased it around until you tire, saving the rest to lay down with a cool sigh laughing at that little 'workout' and when the bright light dispels knowing we must make our farewells You know not to feel alone, and rest assured me that too and venture on home Knowing we both were inseparable till night comes about That's why I give you much of my light to not see you falter but flourish high as i vowed dearly hoping to see you bloom
Tickling upon my skin I feel myself bloom As roots find themselves Twisting, weaving within soul Open my hands, palms up I let the petals gather Flourishing upon my tongue I am my own garden Find myself wandering within myself For hours
On Athens' chessboard Olive tree bests spring water Owl hoots victorious
This haiku is dedicated the Goddess, Athena. Now I have a bit of a love hate relationship with her, some myths I find her awesome and some make me really dislike her. But even so, now that Im older and reading more about her, I can say that Ive somewhat love hate relationship I have is fully balanced now. I'm really enjoying this series, my list grows by the day! Be back soon with more! Here's the link for the growing collection: https://hellopoetry.com/collection/132853/the-women-of-myth/ Much love, Lyn 💜
The pieces beside you are the ones you need to have by your side. The opposite end are the enemies you'll meet through life. This is the game of chess; and it's your life. To win, make a move. To lose- you'll meet your doom.
Life is a game, as chess is one too. Where we gladly accept without fully knowing what to do.