Velvet Sun

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Tate Publishing, 2012 - Poetry - 110 pages
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Do you know what I do when I'm alone?
I write and write until all the pain is gone.
It makes me free in a sense;
It takes me out of existence.
An intimate, moving collection of poems featuring original artwork by the author, Velvet Sun captures the agonies and joys of everyday life. These poems encourage readers to take a break from the hectic pace of life and think about why they are living. Everyone's life journey is exciting and scary. This collection gives readers the strength not to let their fears prevent them from living their lives as they should. After reading these meditations on beauty, solitude, and love, readers will realize the power they possess to shape meaningful lives under their own beautiful Velvet Sun.
 

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Contents

Preface
15
Silent Suffocation
18
Too Good for this World this Town this Land
20
Trust
21
Ashamed
22
Not Enough
23
A Departure Not an Evacuation
24
Its Never Too Late
26
Failed to Notice
57
True to Myself
58
Risks
60
So Be It
61
Lift Me Up
63
Youre Gone
64
Stung
66
Touché
67

Whats Real?
28
Fiercely Independent
29
I Was Willing
30
I Always
31
Your Eyes
32
Life
33
Your Relationship with God
34
Incision
35
What a Find
36
Its All So Small
38
Caught in the Rain
39
Sometimes
40
Aura
41
Stuffage
42
Blackout
44
Someone Elses Mistake
47
Next Act
48
Frustrated
50
Am I a Hopeless Case?
51
I Miss You
52
What are We Really Saying?
53
Sixth September
54
Experiences
55
Your Wall of Insecurities
56
So Tired
69
Mine in the End
70
The March
72
Young Meets the Old
74
Indifferent
76
Take or Give
79
Arrhythmia
80
Innocent Beautiful Girl
83
Dont Look at the Girl
84
Solace
87
My Expectations are Unrealistic
88
He Gave Me You
91
The Void
92
Vitality
94
Starting Over
96
SavoirFaire
98
Picturesque
99
Twist and Turn
100
Kneel Down
102
Get It Right
103
Mankind
104
Fish in Your Ocean
105
From the Heart
106
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