In a glass of wine, I drown my pain A glass of wine helps me numb my soul. Sip after sip of dry chardonnay Soothes
On today’s day and over 20 years ago, I left my homeland for an adventurous journey for an opportunity and to find my purpose. This poem is to the man who shaped my life, whom I missed dearly, and who is always in my heart. My father. The photo posted here is the actual photo of my father.
Heal my hurting heart, oh Lord Take my turmoil and turn them into triumph You gave me life, so fill it with joy I am
I’m letting you go -the image so painfully dear. I’m letting you go-the heart cannot bear. The emptiness you left behind, It’s like a hole
They say the eyes are windows to your soul. Your pupils. Oh, they can show Pain, joy, and pleasures. The anger, fear, sadness. The pupils,
Stockpile military weapons, Stockpile high-volume gun clips Spread of infested rats through the country. Is it our fate? Is this the end? Predicted apocalypse? Registered,
May night, pernicious night A dim eclipse. Chernobyl ash is in the air. No soul around. The darkness has played awful tricks, Crippling veil threw
I will be with you always, Your air, your sun, your rain. I will think about you always You have found a way
Eyes blinded by the sun, I didn’t notice when you stole my heart. How masterfully you closed the door Left me wonder and wanting more.
Why did I meet you? Was this meant to be or was this simply by choice? I tremble within when you call my name, when
(In collaboration with Van Prince) Travel with me to the land of your dreams To the realm of the hundreds of love lands To the
Snow has melted outside the windows. Puddles covered streets of St. Paul. The calendar shows that spring is here, but with you I’m feeling cold.
He asked me if I had a religion, He asked me about my faith. Now, I know he was on a mission He said he
If I could make wishes come true, I would give all my wishes to you To lift you up, to give you wings, So you