i feel like i'm writing a poem in my tags

We all just want to feel like our lives mean something.
—  thinking too much #42
My sincerest apologies,
That I am not all sunshine and rainbows,
That I am not all caps lock and laughing,
That I don’t always see the best in things.
Sometimes I am a rain cloud,
Sometimes I shed tears.
There are times when I’m a raging storm,
When I lash out in bitter anger,
Without cause,
Without reason,
Without need.
Sometimes I am as unpredictable,
As a Tornado,
Ripping through everything in my path yet-
At times skirting off to the side,
Keeping all my pain to myself.
Sometimes I am a Blizzard,
I become cold and unresponsive and
Hard to get along with hard to
Talk to.
Sometimes I am a Volcano an,
Eruption waiting to happen and when,
I do eventually explode I leak,
Toxic gas,
Noxious fumes,
Rivers of lava and I mercilessly,
Cause damage where it will hurt,
The most.
But even after all the storms,
All the lightning,
All the rain,
All the damage,
All the pain,
I will become Sunny again.
Sometimes there will be a Chance of Rain,
Sometimes Clouds will dot over me and,
Threaten to cast their cool shadows,
But I’ll be sunny again.
—   Vent Poetry by Airanke.

“How beautiful is it that someone could make your heart beat so fast when you don’t want it to beat at all.”

anonymous asked:

i'm sorry if u get this too often so feel free to ignore it but im scared to post my writing bc every time i do no one seems to like it. not a single note. sometimes its only 1 like and never any reblog. i feel pitiful even whining about this but i dunno what i'm doing wrong. i use tags and everything. any tips for a lil exposure? thank you.

you don’t have to apologize! my only advice, really, is to start submitting your poems to lit magazines! there are so many out there that would probably love to publish your work, and it’s amazing exposure, too, because those lit mags/ezines/ etc. almost always have a significant following online! give it a try, :)

here are a few, but there’s obviously plenty more where this came from!:

The Rising Phoenix Poetry Press Review

The James Franco Review

Words Dance Magazine

Winter Tangerine Review

Train of thought on a train

I was thinking (on a train) of writing one of my fanfics again when this poem came to me:

Sometimes your fingers start itching
Like an aching wound
You need to write
Poetry, a story or a song
None of that matters
As long as you can put the words on paper
Only the feeling of a pen in your hand or a keyboard at your fingertips can heal you
After a while the itching gets worse
And worse
And worse
It is unbearable
Then you give in and start scratching
You scratch the wound
The paper
Your soul
Until all there is left to do is
Write

I guess I know what I’m doing tonight :)

I found flowers
sprouting in the
darker places
of my mind
this morning
and all of them
taste of you
and the warmth
you exude
whenever you’re
around - and the way
your voice soothes
my senses feels
much like the
comfort of these
budding blossoms
growing like uncertain
butterfly’s wings
in my cavernous chest.

It’s something about her that takes me home, something about the warmth in her eyes that I will never see in another girl.
It’s something that I dream about.
It’s something that makes this world a better place.
It’s something that turns the earth into flowers and trees.

How I wish she was here with me.

She makes it easy to fall in love.
She makes it easy to look at her when she’s looking somewhere else.
She makes it easy to forget there was ever anything out of place on this planet.
She makes it easy to not get enough of her voice, and how her words lace from her lips and carve into my skin without even trying.
She makes it easy to find purpose in a place it’s hard to even be.

How I wish she was here with me.

She is something ethereal, something about how her face lights up like the streets on Christmas Eve when she listens to her favorite song.
She is something imperfect, but who ever said imperfections are wrong?
She is something I couldn’t have imagined if I tried.
She is something I hadn’t thought I was capable of feeling, I can’t possibly deny.
She is sun and she is storm, she is calm and she is the raging sea.

How I wish she was here with me.

—  my poetry