I am, More precious than diamonds, yet cost so little. Tougher than steel yet sometimes glass brittle. By your side I run despite any distance,And grow bitter without the your existence.a Friend
Will You… By: Roxanne When I’m bitterAnd no one’s aroundWill you tickle me until I’m unwound?When I’m down, And my world is grey Will you kiss me anyway?When I’m afraidAnd the sky is fallingWill you wrap me in your arms, my darling.
New Chapter By: The Sacred Fox Black noose tie.White veiled eyes.Little feet waddle as petals scatter by.His lips curve in a small grinAs she stops and suddenly tilts her chin.Between chubby fingers, her dress is twinned,Held tight by her daughter in the midst of tears,She kneels in her gown, soothing her fears.When a low murmur... Continue Reading →
Because She Cares By: The Sacred Fox Surprise her with a Lindor chocolate bouquetOr a stay-at-home romcom Hallmark matinee.Kiss her when there’s dinner on the tableAfter the day’s gone wrong and emotions are unstable.Wrap her in your arms when her week goes wrong,And sing off-key to a Justin Bieber song.When she falls asleep in your... Continue Reading →
Don’t You Dance By: Roxanne When I peer around the corner,My face becomes warmerAs his smug smile is directed my way.Under normal circumstance, I would never chanceA guy who refused to stay.I tried giving space when seeing his faceLest I become a child learning swim.An easy enough task, I thought to outlastUntil gooseflesh pebbled my... Continue Reading →
Princess By: Roxanne Knights will come, princes will go, But only a true princess knowsOf kisses that heal woundsOr a well placed embraces.How to dust off your tiaraAnd restore smiles and good graces.
Not Just For Cinderella By: The Sacred Fox Half ‘til twilight, she cries on the floor.Mascara-stained hands swipe as tears pour.Left at home once, she did not accuse,Surly her family had a good excuse.As time went on, boxes piled in her roomAs though an attic or closet for a broom.Still, she kept quiet; her lips... Continue Reading →
Derrière By: Roxanne Amid the dish shelves, a husband felt a stare.A man in yellow shoes watched his wife in glassware.With a puff of his cheeks, he tapped the man’s chest squareAnd growled out his inquiry without care.The man blinked then ran finger’s through his hairHis eyes narrowed the husband did swearAs he shook his... Continue Reading →
Matters of the Heart by: Roxanne Lips tilted with cheerNow quiver in fearFor all adoration has flown.No longer do his liesContinue to guiseTruth her family has known.This he knows so wellThough he says “don’t tell”Her friends can see the indications.His bark loud as his biteMarking her arms left and rightHow long can her family stand... Continue Reading →