A poet who dreams in colour, author and deep thinker. Welcome to my world, where each poem tells a story about life.
Excerpt from the book 'Unapologetic Poetry' by Michelle Smith ‘Autumn’ (In loving memory of baby Autumn) After summer, autumn had finally come. I looked forward to your presence and the joy that you would bring. I would never have imagined the many hearts that you would fill. After summer came the autumn breeze. We all anxiously awaited the arrival of autumn, and the wonderful arrays of colours that it would bring. Crisp golden brown leaves, of yellow, burgundy, orange and red, vibrant in colour; proudly displaying a spectacular show for all to see. Trees that were once fully clothed became naked, because of the autumn breeze. Leaves that were once radiant soon fell to the ground becoming part of the dust. After summer, autumn finally came. Graced by your brief presence, you brought everyone together. Every angry thought dispersed, and every grudge was laid to rest because of you. In life you warmed the hearts of many. But like the summer sun your presence was only for a time. Like the autumn breeze, you blew beyond the clouds reaching the heavens. Safe, loved and in the hands of HIM that made you. After summer, autumn finally came. (Autumn 2015)
All poems are copyright of the originating author. Permission must be obtained before using or performing others' poems.
My joy is mine (24/11/2016)
Time to wake up (21/11/2016)
I can't just walk away (21/11/2016)
What is love? (21/11/2016)
Janel and Danny (21/11/2016)
Life is too short (21/11/2016)
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