Love, Nonfairytale, Poetry, Strong, Tough Love

Faux Real Love

Everybody wanna flaunt their versions of love But when your Ace turns to an ex, a why or a “what was I thinking of?” You begin to wonder if real love was ever the plan? Looks like it failed the true or false exam Illusions of being better make you bitter Because you tried to paint silver linings… Continue reading Faux Real Love

Love, Poetry, Tough Love

BEAUTIFUL THAT WAY!

Happy Mother's Day ladies! They say Rome wasn't built in a day, So remember this when clouds turn to gray, and when the house is messy from the kids' bustle and play. "Good things take time", that's what people say, And though today's teachings will be tomorrow's yesterday, It will be those things that show… Continue reading BEAUTIFUL THAT WAY!

Inspire, Poetry

Smile for the World

When you see the world, you smile. If smiles were gas we'd travel for miles. When you see the world, you smile, but when the world sees you it smiles back for a while. So smile for the world because that never goes out of style! 1WritersHeart.com

Love, Poetry

Hello Sunshine!

A little early mother's day poem for the mommies out there: Oh Roses, tulips, and flowering vines Yet none are bright as this flower of mine Let me say thank you with this short rhyme For planting, in my heart, seeds of sunshine! 1WritersHeart.com

Español, Poetry

Historia de Amor

El autor se sentó a la mesa a escribir Y ahí Su historia comenzó a concebir “Esta sería una historia que cambiaría el mundo”, Él empezó a decir “No hay, ni habrá otra similar, ni en el pasado, ni en lo porvenir” “Esta es una historia de amor Y aunque el protagonista sufrió mucho dolor… Continue reading Historia de Amor

Reflection, Spiritual

A Ray of Light

This morning as I walked outside, I caught a glimpse of the sunrise which squeezed its rays through, what I consider to be, very tall bushes. It was a majestic display, and simultaneously intriguing how the sun, as big as it is, managed to slip through a crack in the wall and the shrubs that… Continue reading A Ray of Light