because the sound of you leaving
is stuck in my brain.
or my shoot my whiskey straight,
but I inhale your love directly from your veins.
in the world are poisonous,
and that’s why I refuse to love you.
Lately, nothing does.
a wall full of graffiti,
a half written book,
the stretch marks on your hips,
and my chapped lips.
begging the sun
to set again.
I wish your rainy blue eyes
would pour on me again.
I’m sorry it’s been so long, I’ve been so busy with school the only things I’ve been writing about are atomic masses and functional groups, haha. I miss you all, and I hope to write more for you in the coming months. Thanks for sticking through this, I love you all, xoxo.
Anonymous said: what do you use to type up your poems into the pictures that you post?
I just use a white rectangle and then I type the words on to it with a photo editing website.
Anonymous said: can you please give me some tips for writing poetry?
I think the biggest tip I can give anyone is to open a text document, close your eyes, and think long and hard about what hurts. Type everything you’re thinking, and just let your thoughts flow for a few minutes. Then open your eyes and fix any typos, and manipulate these words into poetry. Poetry shouldn’t be about stanzas or rhyme scheme or anything, in fact the definition of poetry is literary work in which special intensity is given to the expression of feelings and ideas by the use of distinctive style and rhythm. Which to me means that structure should be thrown out the window, and your feelings should be melting into poetry.