To Learn to Cry

Sometimes I stare in amazement, At causes for things depressing. My eyes weary at the sight, Of such things forgiving. Do flowers tell of love and trust? Or do they deceive us to think so? So as I learn to believe myself one thing, I learn to feel another. To be angered by a noble … Continue reading To Learn to Cry


Little patch of earth Where the fenceline ends Just a patch Barely fractioned of an acre The birds eat there. Seeds across the ground They peck. Hop. As the squirrels flip their tails Stealing what they can If I look hard enough It is all there is. Mine. Peaceful. My little window. Forgetting all else. … Continue reading Patch

Broken Glass

Shattered Shards illuminated against Speckled starlight Sparkling reflections The bitter disaster Tangled among the glass Torn flesh among the joy Scatter the light Score away the pain Till forever we sleep   Poem written by Jeremy C Kester Please do not replicate or use without written permission from author (seriously, just ask). Linking to this … Continue reading Broken Glass

A Night For Dreaming Sleep

Quiet, Like pinholes through a shroud of silence. I write the dreams and fog of hope, To understand nothing of a longing. It’s time to envision the illusions of the night, And crawl into a cocoon To wake a moth. No, a butterfly. And drift with a breeze.   Poem written by Jeremy C Kester … Continue reading A Night For Dreaming Sleep

Crumbled Leaf

Orange rain falling gently above Over an ocean of autumn hues Pink clouds blanket morning light In warmth of cool air surrounding. Breezes tease forth around As my eyes drink the world in A world of beautiful decay A world full of dying life. Beauty in death collides As I stand against the chill Soaking … Continue reading Crumbled Leaf