A simple alliteration poem that highlights the strength of silence. Because more often than not, actions speak louder than words. And words not spoken are louder than words that are.
Forgive me for being naive and being unable to apperceive from that that I had yet to live. So pardon my immaturity for not knowing anything about Love. Moreover, I'm sorry I wasn't enough.
*inspired by Bellamy Blake and Clarke Griffin And perhaps our love simply took a detour. Finding a way back to each other.
My dreaming's perfect I don't want rest to wreck it Forever alert Rigid realism: I plead Don't destroy my fantasy - Juliet Rivor © May 2018 - Tanka Stay dreaming, loves. Don't let the world bring you down. Follow your dreams and make them come true. And if you find a love that doesn't let … Continue reading Dream A Dream
Only the time knows How much of it is needed So give thee Time time It's been around much longer Its wisdom surpasses yours - Juliet Rivor © May 2018 It is said those things worth having take time. So while we anxiously await for those things that are destined to come, why not enjoy … Continue reading Give Time Time
Just like a leaf that flies far from its tree I got blown away You held me Like a needle in a stack of hay And I was unable to flee And though the match is lit I'll throw it in the nearest pit Be found: I'm not sure I'm ready for it - Juliet … Continue reading Needle in A Haystack
Since you entered my life I became the most epic poet I feature you in all my stanzas But with my strife You will probably never know it - Juliet Rivor © April 2018
Listen to the tune she sings You're the title of the song - Juliet Rivor © April 2018 It's not how she says it. But the way she says it. Listen to her actions and you will read the greatest love story ever written ❤
- JR April 2018 A piece inspired by one of my favorite power couples Though they're not technically a couple on the show the 100, they are amazing together. And that look... I can hear the silent claim of a reprimanded love A love that blooms slowly through trust, loyalty, experience, and sacrifice. The … Continue reading More Than Friends