Flashback Friday Poetry: My Only Wish

the Welcome Wagon passed again
to greet those awful merry men
lost in shame with no time to mend
my only wish; to have a friend

the dreams of the youth in my head
forgotten dreams to lose again
in a life with no hope for men
my only wish; to find a gem

the unfortunate one goes on
expecting nothing from beyond
lost in tragedy far too long
my only wish; i feel too fond

listening to the spring bird’s song
impales the soul and makes it calm
nothing afterwards seems so wrong
my only wish; another song

floating through all the nothingness
facing all those who are faceless
to live my life without anguish
that is truly my only wish

Early poetry from James. From the poetry collection Pariah Bound: The Lonesome Poetry.

Flashback Friday Poetry: Wonderful Memories

wonderful memories sleep in my mind
the most valued possession i can find
material objects are meaningless
immortal is your great memory chest
as life continues on and fades away
all you have left are memorable days
how does one become immortal in time
leave a number of memories behind
to those who remember me when i die
all of you were the apple of my eye

Early poetry from James. From the poetry collection Pariah Bound: The Lonesome Poetry.

Flashback Friday Poetry: Serenity

life is a series of moments
some moments better than others
when you’re seeking peace from within
you must find your serenity
you must find your favorite moment
the one moment like no other
remember what you felt within
this moment brings serenity
a certain day is my moment
one day i shared with another
so much joy broke out from within
such joy watching Serenity

Early poetry from James. From the poetry collection Pariah Bound: The Lonesome Poetry.