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The Poet And Artist You Believed In

13 Mar

You once told me as a mother and my friend

that I was inspirational

that I was well with my words

you always told me that I was a good writer

that I was a poet of many words

that my inspiration and my voice could change the world

that I could move mountains just by walking the valleys

I just needed to believe

you always enjoyed my work

you once told me that I was a good artist

that I always had good strong detail

these words you said I had never believed

I had never tried to do these works for you as much as I could

now you have gone and everything of inspiration and art is coming out more

I feel bad cause I had never had the chance to really show you

though I thank you for showing me just what I had

if you were here today I know that you’d be proud

you told me that even my brother’s believed in me

yet I could never believe in myself

it took your death for me to really open up and try to please you

inside I see now the poet I really can be

I love doing it, but I am not doing it for me now

I am doing it for you in your great memory

I have fully become the poet and artist you believed in

 

dedicated to my mom who died in 2010

who believed in me and had faith in what I could do and be

even I didn’t always see

I love you mom.

I am proud to be the poet and artist you believed in

even if I feel bad that you never had the chance to enjoy these poems I have recently made

rest your soul and I’ll see you again one day when it is in my time

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2 Comments

Posted by on March 13, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

2 responses to “The Poet And Artist You Believed In

  1. mohsingilani

    March 13, 2011 at 7:28 am

    that was moving.
    nice post

    Like

     
    • J. Palmer

      March 13, 2011 at 8:10 am

      Thank you glad that you enjoyed it. Feel free to enjoy any or all of my poetry.

      Like

       

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