The poem explores how memories of a loved one remain after they've left.
When you are a kid, you feel life as you know it is the only kind of life out there. You feel safe and content. What we lose when …
A poem that tries to articulate the bittersweet experience of meeting someone you love for the last time and the emotions that follow.
The author lingers upon reminders of grief after watching 'Wakanda Forever'.
The poem is about a mother seeing off her child every Sunday after a visit.
No number of friendship bands and pinky promises can hold together a friendship that’s run its course.
It tugs at the heartstrings to see an instrument that has weathered over a century of faithful service get carted to the tip, or “piano heaven” as insiders say.
The poet writes about a break-up, reminiscing the memories.
A poem that resulted from the author riving past his old family home that now lies locked.