So, I had another emotional blackout. The Monster is free to be creative eating away at Creativity, this sanity. I remember me. -EeveeWrites, 2020 Hello readers, It's been awhile since my routine of book reviews, and creative content. Yet, I had a incident to wake me up again from a deep slumber I was in … Continue reading Wake Me Up
The Scapegoat Stained bluntly and open No eyes turned to see The knife twisted deeper Oozing out the truth Colorblind to intuition Reminiscing past mistakes, To follow a deceitful heart Shaped like a scapegoat Betrayal. The kiss of An enemy Is close, yet I kiss back.
Guitar man Serenade me open skies only know of our love Hold me with the words confessing Read me Smiling and blushing Oh, guitar man You make beautiful music that can also hold me Move me Parade your voice to me intoxicating melodies Praises by experience Habits by confidence Oh, guitar man, serenade me
Weak Knees by Evelyn Davis Weak knees Sparks fly among the unknowing An expectation not required, Nor desire To feel weak in the knees Vulnerability slipping through my teeth Oh why is it you? Why not you, puzzling my every Thought, gesture to distract A longing to just love you My recipe is the fixture … Continue reading September Love5
So, curiosity has overtaken me by this next book I chose to read entitled, "A Song For You: My Life with Whitney Houston" by Robyn Crawford. Google Images Now, I went into reading this biography with an open mind, which allowed me to read the story and appreciate the connection between two people. I did … Continue reading September Book Review: A Lost Love