Poem: Escape The Artificial World

Dear Cosmos, I must sadly admit. I have exchanged your brilliant sun with a cheapened artificial lamp. Oh the madness, what have I done? Dear Ancient Earth, I must apologize. For I have become very unwise. Trading the soothing bird chirps for a jarring electronic buzz. Dear Real World, I need your help. Instead of... Continue Reading →

Poem: The World Has Changed

From smooth to rough. From weak to tough. The world has changed. The world has changed. From limitless to bound. From square to round. The world has changed. The world has changed. From up to down. From smile to frown. The world has changed. The world has changed. From good to bad. From happy to... Continue Reading →

Poem: The Grayest of Grays

It was the grayest of grays. On a cold wintery day. The sun surely hid it's rays. From melting the snow away. Ice captured the blooming flower. The frigid wind seized the river. Nature was arrested that hour. And my soul began to quiver. Until clouds began to diffuse. The sun burst through the gloom.... Continue Reading →

Poem: Peace On Earth, Good Will To Men

The angel shoutedPeace on earthgood will to mendespite your sin.The stars pointedPeace on earthgood will to menturn from sin.The wise men remarkedPeace on earthgood will to menGod will win.The shepherds declaredPeace on earthgood will to menJesus forgives sin.The world exclaimedPeace on earthgood will to menLet's be born again. Poem by Chad A. Damitz

Poem: A Tree Just Like Me

In the deep woods of long ago Where I once placed a seed to sow. Stood that burly red oak tree. It's branches so tall and free. Carved in wood rests my name. Winters ago but still the same. Growing like me in many ways. Weathering storms and shiny days. -Chad A. Damitz

Poem: Where The Cold Wind Blows

The old bearded man you might know He journeys to where the cold wind blows.  To the infamous dock with his fishing pole Trying to catch what's left to feel whole.   But you know his rod is empty of line Never casting but sitting back to unwind. All the past regrets of family summer fun... Continue Reading →

Poem: Dreams Can Become A Snare

You chase future dreams like A cheetah hunting gazelle. Your trophy only in sight Waving the present farewell. Your lofty goal has become A snare to your very soul. Always dreaming and dreaming But never living to feel whole. Chad A. Damitz

Poem: Hope Wins In The End

Storms will come To shake you. To break you. But you are strong. You will persevere. Life has sorrows. Life births despair. But get up again since The world needs you. And yes, it’s okay To not be okay. But keep this in mind. Sunshine is on the horizon To usurp your cloudy days. And... Continue Reading →

Poem: Which Season Is This?

Look at that quaking aspen Dancing in the breezy sky. Soon it’s leaves will turn gold As the starry summer grows old. Look up at that dark-eyed Junco Singing among crisp blue mountains. Soon he migrates to a new home Into the cypress south biome. Look at that human in flannel Beholding the passing of... Continue Reading →

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