Poetry Blog by Belinda Sue Kiser
With age, I can’t help wondering.
If I taught my children, enough.
Teaching them what they need to know
To get through their day-to-day life.
Like being respectful to all they meet.
Saying thank you, please and bless you
To friendly strangers they greet.
Teaching them kindness, I hope will be enough.
I hope it’s enough to teach them patience....
Wednesday 21st August 2019 10:54 pm
A Destiny Divine
For many of us....
Our destiny is unknown.
We are the teacher and the student.
We live and play to each our own.
For People, Events and Circumstances,
We mold our future and set our goals.
We search for the answers,
Wondering what our future holds.
We want our destiny
To make us happy and proud.
Making our life a pleasure
Walking on so...
Sunday 18th August 2019 3:13 pm
Ocean City, Maryland
If you ever get a chance
You must visit this town.
It sits by the Ocean
Visitors swarm from all around.
You can walk the boardwalk
And have some Thrashers Fries.
Or you can play at the amusement park
And ride on the wild rides.
When you get hungry,
The best food can be found.
You must try the crab cakes,
Ocean City is renowned...
Wednesday 14th August 2019 5:48 pm
First...No I don't have cancer. I wrote this from the point of view of someone who is dying from cancer.
We all know someone who has cancer and if not more than likely we will before we die. Cancer affects 1 out of 4 people.
Did You Know I Have Cancer?
Or was it my bald head that gave it away?
Or was it when I couldn't stop throwing up,
Eat a full meal, or sleep in peace?
Sunday 11th August 2019 2:08 am
Sandy was a hurricane that hit the east coast with a vengeance on Oct 22, 2012. Sandy, was called the perfect storm by some and labeled a ‘Frankenstorm’ by others. But everyone would admit it she was a freak of nature.
Let me tell you a tale
A story that is true.
A hurricane with many faces
All the changes it went through.
Her birth was like all oth...
Monday 5th August 2019 8:28 pm
As an inspirational writer I write about topics that we all can relate to.
Some have said, Patience is a Virtue,
A Moral Trait, a Strength in Faith.
Patience comes when you know
All is well and a Higher Power prevails.
There is a calmness, a peacefulness knowing all is well.
That your life is in complete control.
Whether you're standing in...
Thursday 1st August 2019 8:59 pm
A very private piece I posted on my Public Blog, this morning. Please come and tell me what you think.
On A Wing and A Prayer
I came into this world on a wing and prayer.
Soon my innocence robbed, my spirit I don't know where.
Born by anger, confusion and sin.
I hid my pain, and my fear I kept within.
During my youth, my innocence a...
Wednesday 31st July 2019 6:15 pm
This is one of my longest poems. It tells a story about an adventure I took one day back when I was a teenager. I don't think it's some of my better writing, but maybe you may find it enjoyable.
A Memory Lost in Time
I’ve reached the age
Where many years have passed me by.
Lost memories have become buried
Mixed in the years lost by time.
Every so often, unexpected like.
Tuesday 30th July 2019 7:23 pm
Now in my senior years, I look at time differently than when I was in my twenties. I can look back at ten-year intervals and see how time affected me. The older I get; time becomes more precious. I seem to have wasted a lot of time. In my youth I thought I was invincible and had plenty. Then my thoughts were; ‘When I have time…’ Now time is shorter and I am not sure I have enough time. Makes one ...
Monday 29th July 2019 10:51 pm
Have you ever asked why? Questioning things, you have done or didn’t do? We come into the world with very limited knowledge. We hope we learn the tools we need to survive, but in most cases, this isn’t the case. We struggle with choices and make mistakes that seem to rock our world. When we are young, we think we have all the answers only we do not. Hopefully, the mistakes we make are fixable.
Sunday 28th July 2019 5:13 pm
A rare breed of women
To each their own,
Guiding and protecting their kids
Making a safe home.
She is a Queen in Multitasking
She can whip up a full meal,
While fixing the kitchen sink.
There' nothing she can't deal.
She lives to be of service
A commitment she holds dear
Remembering her responsibility
To her home, means the most here.
She's a mother with the b...
Saturday 27th July 2019 4:45 pm
This is my first post I hope of many to come. Thank you for accepting me and my poetry. I have recently started a blog that showcases my writing. I hope to see some of you there. https://creativewritingwithbsk.com. I have been writing for well over a decade, but shyness has keep me as a closet poet you can say. I am not getting any younger, so it's now or never. I have over two hundred poems about...
Friday 26th July 2019 5:08 pm