Do you trust yourself?
It’s almost 2 in the morning and my eyes are burning from keeping them open too long. I didn’t sleep much last night either. I have this frustrating urge to keep fighting, to push a little longer. I don’t think I’ve ever posted a poem this late, or early, depending on how you see it, but I couldn’t help myself. I needed to get these words out. I needed to try. I just need to keep trying.
Good night now,
The Not Quite
Uncharacteristic rhyme tonight. There’s something about this poem that I really love. I almost didn’t write one, just thought maybe I’d let the TV drown out thinking until falling asleep, but I couldn’t just ignore my inner poet fighting to come out. She didn’t want to be ignored and I’m so glad I listened.
The Last Word
You’re the Best
This one’s inspired by “Give Me Your Hand” by The Ready Set. The first time I heard the song I thought it was catchy, which made me listen again, but I determined quickly that I thought the tune lacked essence, that intangible “something” that warranted acclaim. In fact, I thought it was a little annoying. HOWEVER, I listened to it again anyway…and then again…and then again. See where this is going? I mean, now it’s just the best song ever.
Give a listen below, come back next week for more musically inspired verse, follow me on Twitter, leave a comment if you’d like, and have a fantastic rest of your day!
Guest Post: Kelsey Guire
About the Author:
Kelsey Guire is a 16 year old singer/songwriter. She strives to publish a book of poetry in the near future. In addition to an admiration for the band Twenty One Pilots, she is a lover of literature and the sound of laughter.
Follow Kelsey on Twitter @spaceshiptears