Revamping Old Poetry

It's been awhile since I've written poetry, so I looked back at some of the previous ones. I thought it would be fun to revamp some and I picked "You Dodged a Bullet." You can let me know what you think: You dodged a bullet from the outside in. My instincts would have thoroughly ripped … Continue reading Revamping Old Poetry

You Dodged a Bullet

You dodged a bullet from the outside in. My instincts would have thoroughly ripped you thin. Hold a grudge against me if you want But eventually I would have only torn you a part *** You dodged a bullet by letting me go Have no regrets by stealing the show The baggage I carry is … Continue reading You Dodged a Bullet

Irony

Feel the pressure run through your soul Suffocating the life out of you whole Put on a happy face to mask reality Silently fight back the tears of all the irony You know you’ve been at this place before Don’t pretend you didn’t see it tapping at your front door The only blind sidedness was … Continue reading Irony