Author: Kristen Green

New York City 0

Other Tuesdays

Other Tuesdays were not as bleak The trees held more leaves Nature’s warmth still held us close As the fall winds called for change Other Tuesdays were better off spent There were cobblestone streets...

recharge poem 0

One Day Last Week

Poem   you are the warmth in my heart that melted the glass that pierced the veil that covered my widowed heart as the their freed withholdings fell down from the counter like waterfalls...

silence poem 0

Between Two

Poem   To think of the disparity between what we feel and what we tell Each other you would almost think at times the other didn’t Deign to say anything at all with everything...

True Poems 0

What Was Lost

True Poems   We watched the poets upon the stage Far better ones than I Ones that melt your heart speak their tongues swirl their breaths intermingling their emotions with the crowd As they...

inspiring poem about life 0

Of Storms

Inspiring Poem   To know that the thatches will hold To know that the storm will break To know of a forecast beyond today I say to you this: These books are my life...

poetry for lovers apart 0

Dearest

Poem   Remind me not that we are far apart my love Instead embrace the distance as the closeness Lend the idea of your body to mine as words to paper Sparrows to song...

poem about social issues 0

The Man

Poem The most heartbreaking thing I saw today Was a homeless man in Union Square with a sign that read HOMELESS VETERAN 82 Please help any work I’m a plumber Please need old clothes...

poem about reflecting on one's life 0

It’s Day 2 of Open Enrollment

Poem I sit in a chair and face the corner of a cubicle for eight hours a day since it’s enrollment time for benefits It’s noon and we’re already 200 calls deep Enroll my...