Park Kisses: A Poem

Colourful flowers, trees in background

There is something innocent about a first kiss that just can’t be ignored; first kisses don’t hold the weight of history, or the pressure of the future, they live for the here and now.

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Waves: A Poem

Waves hitting a beach shore.

Confusing lust and love can ruin you if you let it. In this poem, I try and touch upon the moment I saw the truth between me and a lover. Like most things in like, nature has the perfect simile for this moment. 

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We Have Found Our Voices: A Poem

The second wave of the civil rights movement is among us. After going to the Black Lives Matter march in London, I felt the need to write this poem. 

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The Art of Letting Go: A Poem

Please enjoy my first poem post of many. This piece is something I wrote when trying to let go of a person I loved. For each moment of our relationship, I wrote poem after poem; it only felt right to end with one as well.

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