Turning out

“He’ll scour the land for you,” society told me.They always whispered delicate words.“He’ll turn over every single stoneUntil he finds you, his one and only.” But boys didn’t even turn my way.They kept their eyes pinned onto the girlsWho change everything they canTo make themselves stars in the skies. Do I need my own spinning … Continue reading Turning out

Control your life

Sometimes I want to visit the world. Other times I want to watch the world burn. Sometimes I want to go somewhere with friends. Other times I just want to be alone forever. Sometimes I want to relax for a little while. Other times I work until I can’t walk anymore. But who are you … Continue reading Control your life

Glass chains have shattered

Touch the glass wall And shatter it all I don’t mean to But I’m about to explode Can’t keep me here for long Unless you want the storm too Cause the chains are gone And I’m tired of waiting ---------For someone else’s approval   Copyright © Robin LeeAnn

I’m a bad puzzle piece

Everyone has straight and curved sidesThey know what they want andThey know what they’re good at – butI’m not one to follow the crowd I somehow molded my edges to a pointTo poke into everything andI can’t state a reason as to whyI get my nose into so many things So, I’m crawling through the … Continue reading I’m a bad puzzle piece

Blocks suck

Writer’s block is a curious thing. You’re faced with a slip n’ slideThat you must turn into a swing,And nothing comes out at all. It looks something like this: Copyright © Robin LeeAnn

The storm

The storm lit up the clouds. The dark blue sky turned into a musky light gray. Lightning strikes reached from the left to the right like tree branches. But then another strike would grow out smaller, barely reaching out, after that big moment. That last strike is me.   Copyright © Robin LeeAnn

All shields break

Shield your daughter The world’s gonna get her Teach her what’s right and wrong Tell her that your 神 is the one But she must know magic isn’t real Before even watching Frozen She can’t hang out with bad kids She ends up with your older friends But she’s old enough now that Her shield’s … Continue reading All shields break

Quiet now, pay attention

My university is always quiet when people leave and that’s when you notice things. You’ll find broken, empty branches, hiding behind the leaves. Or the discolored rock that has been there for at least five years and will be there for another ten. You’ll notice black paint peeling off the railing because the school only … Continue reading Quiet now, pay attention