Category alone

Poem: Disguised as Blood

Got to take care of my own Others don’t know what I know One chair in a room Four walls covered within That’s my safe place from the wolves Out in the forest they roam I run to my home in the woods Greeted by the words of those at home But safety I feel […]

​POEM: PART OF THE TEAM

Your part of the team, they say Your one of us, they said One for all, they declared All for one, was said But when the time arrived, I saw No team was left, by my side Only me, myself and I, was all Where was the team? I called All gone astray, I saw […]

Poem: Do people really care?

Do people really care? Or are we all selfish from within? A routine to be nice A smile to fulfill society’s norm But deep down inside, do we really care? What is genuine love? What is genuine care? So many questions to bare Not knowing if I fall into that same sphere Nathan Bonilla © […]

POEM: MY LIPS REMAIN SEALED

My lips remain sealed Do real people really exist? Can you trust someone with your dreams? Truth breakers roam the streets Found in your homes from those closer to thee Enemies afar off Yet the snake is close Does a genuine smile really exist? Do they hold onto your thoughts? Or spill them as quick […]

POEM: THE SCARS OF WORDS

Words are deep They rip the soul For good or for bad The way they slash one apart From those who we care Yet they seem not to care Those words like arrows Filled with poison to destroy my soul In a time of rage The truth comes out The heart speaks what has been […]

POEM: YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT I FEEL

A pain inside Deep pumping from my chest You don’t know what I feel Their masked are always on Take a look around Be careful for they roam Don’t trust their fake words Yet you don’t know what I feel Today looks dark to me Yet I know I can overcome But I drag my […]

POEM: SILENT SOULS

Many walk our streets They roam as silent souls not seen Yet in them lives an unknown story Somewhere in the pages of the past they were once called upon A young boy looking up to his father A daughter needing a mother But today they are forgotten in the midst of the crowds They […]