Other’s Happily Ever Afters

Other's Happily Ever Afters is poetry by amy jean

BECKONED to reveal truth in darkness,

senses dimmed to force wisdom in.

I summoned courage from a past life:

An enlightened existence.

One void of shackles and chains,

Judgment and confusion

to benefit other’s amusement

Visions and dreams

The majority mean

Twist and turn situations and words

As I labor and squirm

twisted confusion to benefit other's amusement poetry by amy jean

“Oops, sorry, we didn’t know it was you.”

man leaning against a graffitied wall poetry by amy jean

As if that should matter

You made your brother badder

and your sister sadder,

Of course, it matters

Mothers won’t gather

Those who’d rather

Cause confusion and pain

Fueling distance and disdain.

But I’ve seen in visions,

Myself trembling from anger,

When suddenly,

somehow, some way

Fate melts hate into a stream of love

frozen ice at sunset poetry by amy jean
icicles melting poetry by amy jean

~Water that nourishes the fabric flows free, filling the holes that allowed the moles to deter one another’s happily ever afters~

waterfall flowing free poetry by amy jean

Searching in the darkness Photo by Marten Newhall on Unsplash

Twisted wires Photo by Luke Jones on Unsplash

man leaning on graffitied wall Photo by Warren Wong on Unsplash

icicles Photo by Patti Black on Unsplash

floating ice sunset Photo by v2osk on Unsplash

Waterfall Photo by Mike Lewis HeadSmart Media on Unsplash