Category: Poetry

“My False Front” by Libby May

Do I look like it? Like I’m ready to cry at the slightest thing? Like I just want to curl up into a ball? Do I look like my heart is in a constant inconsistency? Like I half wish I wasn’t quite here? Or do I look like everything is just fine. Like nothing ever […]

Poetry

Because I Can

And today we get to see Libby in her natural habitat. I am not planning anything for this week and I don’t have anything particular to talk about in this post, so there. And yes, I apologize for it being so late in the day, but I wasn’t but actually planning to post anything this […]

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“Be Born in Me” by Francesca Battistelli Rewritten by Libby

Hi Guys! So can’t write music, but I can write words. So in a moment of heartache I thought of the first line of this song. “Everything inside me cries for order” and instantly I had the song re-written into something every person can relate to at one time or another. All though¬†Be Born in […]

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A Bit of Encouragement for the Waiting Girl

It’s never impossible to wait for someone like the above. He got to love God genuinely. He got to seek Him. He got to speak to God. He got to trust God to guide him to the wife he needs. He got to have such a close relationship with God that he tells Him about […]

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“Hope” by Libby

Here I stand, Only knowing this; Pain and sadness are temporary, Even though they seem forever. Hurt, misery, suffering Oblivious to what I have. Pretending to last Eternity. Hugs only last so long. Original pleas surface again. People get annoyed. Everything seems to fall apart. Help is futile. Oral confirmations, Pointless words, Eager to do […]

Poetry

One Star Fell and Another

One Star Fell and Another One star fell and another as we walked. Lifting his hand toward the west, he said– –How prodigal that sky is of its stars! They fall and fall, and still the sky is sky. Two more have gone, but heaven is heaven still. Then let us not be precious of […]

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“Stars” by Late-Night Libby

I step outs into the cool night air. Beautiful Silence. The delicious darkness, The bright sparkling stars. The moonlights glows, reflecting off the smooth white blanket that covers everything. I can see my breathe against the black ceiling. A prayer. A prayer for all the stars in my life, each bright, each special, each unique. […]

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