Misc. Poetry by Ulane Vuorio: Cocoon of Misery, Choices, Darkness, Does Anybody See?

Cocoon of Misery

 

Some days

I am tight wound

like coiled spring

bundle of frayed nerves

just looking for escape

way to lash out

my frustration

I am wrapped

in black velvet

of endless night

closing around me

cocoon of misery

holding me

in rigid embrace

of my own mind

I feel like

time is running out

whichever way I turn

road is standing up

but I know deep down

there has to be

a way for life

to get better

Choices

 

you chose him

but he did not choose

all of you

he slapped the girl

from your past

away

godmother’s magic

made her sofa

a happy place

for the girl

not wanted

taking the tears

and hiding her hurt

but she came back

others judgement

made her say

that we are all

big happy family

girl wanted to stay

but girls

are not asked

and they do not

get to ask why

why did you not

choose me

I was only

thirteen

 

Darkness

 

In your darkness

you crave me

because of my light

 

and in your loneliness

you hate me

because of my light

 

in your greediness

you want it all

all my light

 

not to shine

just to have it

alone in your darkness

 

Does Anybody See

 

my head is full of words

your words of anger

that break me

 

into million pieces

falling

slowly down

 

I am nowhere

drifting

lonely silence

 

I take the pieces

and put together

a new me

 

leave the pieces

that were yours

lying there

 

this new me

so fragile

and transparent

 

does anybody see

this new me

does anybody see

me?

Ülane Vuorio is a poetess and amateur photographer who finds inspiration spending time outdoors in her beautiful homeland of Finland. Her passion is nature and macro photography, finding beauty in small things that often go unnoticed.

Ülane started reading and writing at age five. Books and words still at the center of her life today. Working as a freelance interpreter made her fall in love with versality of words. She enjoys flash fiction and dreams of publishing her own book of poetry and photography. You can find her on Twitter at @UlaneVuorio

By davidlonan1

David writes poetry, short stories, and writings that'll make you think or laugh, provoking you to examine images in your mind. To submit poetry, photography, art, please send to feversofthemind@gmail.com. Twitter: @davidLOnan1 + @feversof Facebook: DavidLONan1

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