Poetry We Are The Same March 28, 2011 26 Comments Previous Post Next Post NikkiAdmin In this area you can display your biographic info. Just visit Users > Your Profile > Biographic info You may also like May 3, 2012 Inspiring Ink – L.M. Stull September 20, 2012 Heavy On My Heart: Road to Advocacy & Book Cover December 28, 2011 Paper Butterflies 26 comments i relate strongly to the voice of this poem…dealing with my own issues…that sensation of trying to let others know…i’ve been there…is desperate and well shown here. RS Reply Thank you RS, happy you stopped by. 🙂 Reply Trusting others because you trust yourself is a beautiful thing. Beginnings and endings are better when we can look at our own involvement and empathize with another’s feelings. I love this. I love you. Reply Love you too, beautiful. 🙂 Reply A sombre poem beautifully written – thank you for sharing Reply Thank you Marousia! Reply Strong stuff, Jess. Visually it’s very effective (in both senses). Great one shot! Warmest Salad Luke Reply Thank you Luke. I appreciate you reading and so glad you enjoyed it. 🙂 Reply The ending is particularly strong. Good job! Reply Thank you 🙂 Reply I like your phrase “not because I know you, but because I know me” – that’s powerful! Reply Thank you, so glad you enjoyed it. 🙂 Reply your imagery is pop pop and in your face…yet relatable…and i have been there… Reply Appreciate it Brian! Reply a sad but insightful write on understanding the truth behind the self and patterns repeated in life and relationships throughout life….prays she learns to be a peace with herself…bkm Reply Amen, thanks bkm. 🙂 Reply Difficult poem to read, but doesn’t quell the appreciation Jess, really strong and the voice of the narrator is above all “bleeding in any colour that you ask me to”. Powerful stuff! Reply Thank you sweetie! 🙂 Reply Jess, A poem that many can relate to. Kind of along the same theme as Diana’s, but this time the narrator knows what she is getting into. Willing to do whatever to be with the one that they love. Powerful indeed! Thank you for sharing. Reply Thank you for reading! I will have to check out Diana’s. xooxo Reply I love the unmasked truth of it most, I think. Your wounds, our wounds, pulled from past to present to give perspective to the cycle of love and hurt. You strike well from the heart. Reply Lovely description, thank you. 🙂 xooxo Reply Definitely a relateable poem…darkness with hope makes the hope that much more beautiful. Nicely done. Reply Thank you Raven!! 🙂 Reply Beautiful Jess– do check out Jenne’ Andrews, Sam Peralta, Hedgewitch and Fireblossom…and Blue Oran– Brendon– xxxj Reply Thank you for reading! I will make sure to do some blog visits. 🙂 xo Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Please enter an answer in digits:thirteen − 12 = Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.