Welcome to my poetry blog!

I am a twenty-four brown-eyed Aruban wanderer;
forever questioning where I'm going
and where I've been.
And when I'm not reading,
I'm writing. When I'm not writing, I'm reading.

Furthermore, writing has always been my
way of captivating a deep thought, grief,
lost love, depression and even hatred (sometimes).

Feel free to read and comment on my weird,
puzzling, obsessive, reckless and sometimes
confusing poems. It's all about what you
interpret from them that gets me buzzin'!

Thank you and have fun reading y'all.

-Lily Clarisa

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

One Rock

One Rock
You’re annoyed when I’m wanting;
you’re annoyed when I’m indifferent.
I’m but one rock on your island.

I zigzag around you
defying the rules on the sea shore –but
you’re annoyed when I’m wanting.

Maybe tomorrow, if pigs swim
I’ll move my plastic alligator –but
you’re annoyed when I’m indifferent.

So what does it matter anyways –just
don’t worry your pretty little beach sign.
I’m but one rock on your island.
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