Categories
Aussie Life Challenges Creative Writing Everyday Inspiration

You Are Creative – Write Your Own Poem

After finding a poem I love for my creativity journal, my next exercise was to write my own poem.

Don’t overthink it. Just create an image or a moment with words. Remember, you are creative. Embrace that creativity and give it a go.

In line with my most recent posts on my relationship with alcohol, the subject for my poem was not far away!

Battle of Wills

You stand before me in anticipated silence,
your firm rounded shoulders willing me to take a hold.
The silence between us is deafening.

You stare at me, and I stare back at you – which one of us will cave in first?
I want to grab you tightly around your neck; I want to twist it until I hear that satisfying series of cracks.
You will not offer a sound, satisfied that you have won.

Sighing, I reach out and touch your cold shoulder.
It’s time for you to lay back down,
It’s time for me to walk away,
Knowing that this time I have won.

 

3 replies on “You Are Creative – Write Your Own Poem”

Thanks! The funny thing is my mum said she wouldn’t know where to start with writing poetry that doesn’t rhyme and I said I wouldn’t know where to start writing poetry that did! I’m not really a poetry writer but sometimes I find it’s the perfect way to express emotions – thanks again 🙂

Liked by 1 person

You’re most welcome, Lucy 🙂
I’m in a similar boat to your Mum, I could just about cope with writing very basic poetry that rhymes, I take my hat off to all of you talented writers out there, that can write the non rhyming stuff, proper poetry! 🙂

Like

Join in the conversation

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s