Poetry Category

Poem: Royal Flush

i’mma little country girl livin’ inna city world shrugged at all my dreams now just wanna make some cheese… and answer directional questions

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Poem: Course Correction 3975

Course Correction 3975 by Myesha D. Jenkins ©   How do you know when the course is not correct?   Buckets of tears Absence of means No ding ding dings?   Regardless of the signs or lack thereof You know you know When it sits in your gut When it plops you in a rut.   […]

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“Fete” Accompli

“Fete” Accompli  by Myesha D. Jenkins ©   This year, stumbles upon Three decades and nine A newness ushered in Without sparkle or shine   The gift box, rectangular With sharp pointy edges No need to unencumber The top from its ledges   Because the innards, yet visible Translucent and fragile Inevitably examined by virtue Of […]

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A Poem: As Good As It Gets

As Good As It Gets by Myesha D. Jenkins ©   Woke up this morning to his surprise This constant thought bombarding his mind. As good as it gets, your life, this is as good as it gets.   A yawn. A scowl. A growl. Disbelief. Suspicion. Rejection.   There is health, love, freedom, and sanity. […]

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A Poem: Loudly Silent Vibration

Loudly Silent Vibration by Myesha D. Jenkins ©   Cell phone’s on silent You’re wanted. You’re needed? But it’s louder than the ringtone   You get many alerts Hearing it would hurt? But it’s louder than the ringtone   Push notifications Good vibrations? But it’s louder than the ringtone   It would never be lost You […]

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