“Past Lives” – a poem by Brooke Boddie

We were probably so confident that we’d find each other again. “Place me anywhere in the world, and I’ll find you, -my twin.” We’re dreamers. Unknowingly, the smell of lavender would burn our eyes as we tried to sleep. Unknowingly, the neighbors would play their music too loud as we’re about to reach the astral realm. Without imagining there’s a possibility that even the mattress … Continue reading “Past Lives” – a poem by Brooke Boddie

Keep The Candy

A Poem By: Brooke Boddie You won’t have to buy her candy. She’d be happier -with simply going to the grocery store with you Smiling, frolicking down each aisle. She’d rather stay home and steam your veggies, -with a nice glass of red wine. She doesn’t want the sweet stuff, -so you can keep the candy. Thats the type of love that’s here today, gone … Continue reading Keep The Candy