Tiny Fawns

Daily poetry from Brianna Dawn.

Tag Archive for ‘bottled up emotions’

tight ropes

water for the soul, blood for the pain – both must be spilled, but don’t dwell on how much from either cup, don’t seek too much in measures and balances or else they will both walk away leaving your mind numb, heart asleep, a broken shell cradling empty heartache ___ backdated post a day poem for December 18th, 2017

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the worthwhile smile

don’t heartbreak me with that smile, the one that reminds me of the sticky smoothness of glossy magazine pages. don’t try to trick me with the fake smile, the one you believe will make your presence worthwhile in a room full of shallow words tossed about in waves of meaningless conversation. don’t leave me with hesitation, the hesitation you always seem to take, you breathe in, keep it all in, […]

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love, love, or love?

and he said, as he looked at his face in the melting ice of his drink i couldn’t tell if she was infatuated, or truly into the truth of me, if she even cared about my ugly guts and insides and all those vulnerabilities i could be hiding, but i think, he said, her desires were stuck to the surface of my skin letting her heart feel all of the […]

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caught in the blue

my fingertips are blue from the cold be my fire, warm me, turn my eyes to gold so that my heart can be a little more bold to hold out my cold hands and share everything i’ve always should have told you but, i was caught in the blue, swept into something far away from you i’m growing older now, but my heart is still young and close to you […]

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