Jerimiah Black : Writing

Lovely Burns

Lovely Burns

A Poem by Jerimiah Black


Indulge upon my restless dreamsgrandeur of past and present kingsdither not, my rapture keepmake blithe my heart, elated keepthe deeper burns love dot..
do you see color?

do you see color?

A Poem by Jerimiah Black


peoplethe passerby with vague expressions; the foretelling of the oblivious.bald heads, red heads limping left leg of an old woman carryingbundles..
Woman, Is

Woman, Is

A Poem by Jerimiah Black


A real womanknows no boundaries; heeds not the boundaries set by a society of men, enforced by men.She knows no such boundaries. She fights and rattle..
Roberts' Roads

Roberts' Roads

A Poem by Jerimiah Black


Two roads diverge in a wood, and Isee them both for what they are;roads made by feet that came beforeone over-grown and one traveled moreneither road ..
WHAT AM I?: Nephilim WHAT AM I?: Nephilim
A teen boy gets killed, but trades his soul for another chance. He changes. A girl notices the new boy with silver eyes.
You tread The Path

You tread The Path

A Poem by Jerimiah Black


Fight the Man! This piece has MANY historical and political references in it. Questions about any of them, don't be afraid to ask. This piece is meant..
Unbearable Allowances

Unbearable Allowances

A Poem by Jerimiah Black


How do I feel what you cannot? Feeding off the energy that bleeds from everyone around me; in large crowds it is nigh an unbearable allowance; that of..
Atrophy of the Children

Atrophy of the Children

A Poem by Jerimiah Black


An inside look into the minds of children who get neglected and abused while in the U.S foster care systems; an ongoing but unspoken problem. Unspoken..
The most uncommon practice

The most uncommon practice

A Poem by Jerimiah Black


is the practice of - common-decencya direct result of lack of *change is lack of common *senseSomething we all have in common
I Compare Thee

I Compare Thee

A Poem by Jerimiah Black


Beauty is in the eye of the beholderand, oh! How beautiful theemust glisten in the eyes of all!and of mine own,this troubled mind finds utmost tranqui..

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