A colorful world (poem #31)

I wish we could all see the world,

Like everyone should,

A view without judgement,

A world that is not colorblind,

But embraces the color,

And actually see the differences as beauty,

rather than faults.

A world that sees everyone as individuals,

not as numbers,

or as just another face in the crowd,

but a face that represents a story,

and memories,

and scares,

but that all of that doesn’t define the person,

rather just improves them and brought them to where they are today.

Because the world isn’t colorless,

it is filled with color,

and pain,

and joy,

and memories,

the world is filled with people,


beating hearts,

that are all here for a very beautifully unique reason,

and I would never ever want the world to be seen in a different way!


The jungle (poem #21)

Let out a growl,

let out a cry,

inhale the moist air,

get ready to come,

get ready to see,

the view of the jungle,

the heart of the beast,

hear the birds flap their wings,

and sing the songs of their kind,

watch the frogs do their dance,

and the snakes march in time,

the wind sounds like music,

and the leaves fall to the ground,

let your soul become the power,

the power you hold inside,

join the world of the panther,

come join the pride.