Poems by Kate

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  • Nine years later and it feels the same,
    The rhythm in my chest when I see your name...

  • I can’t look at your pictures
    They’re so bittersweet...

  • Lonely 2

    Leave it to me to cave further into myself,
    Only I did not think I could sink any deeper...

  • She (3) 4

    She made me delicate.
    She peeled back layers of protection...

  • I miss honeysuckle and wild berry bushes,
    Carefully climbing trees in the front yard...

  • Bitter (3) 2

    I taste like burnt coffee on your tongue
    Like a cherry plucked too early from the tree...

  • Waged War (1) 3

    Sometimes it’s apocalyptic.
    I’m there, in the eye of the storm, momentarily...

  • I’d rather tear myself apart a million times...
    They say ignorance is bliss and I can’t help but...

  • We are broken in different ways
    But the hurt feels similar, not quite the same...

  • She was a pristine rose plucked;
    A vision in crimson from a sea of scarlet...

  • I’ve spent years here playing with my ashes,
    Watching seasons pass and the grass regrow...

  • Grayed and heavy cumulus gather overhead,
    Attempting to thwart my sunshine endorphins...