Assimilation by Tameeka Castillo

Tameeka Castillo | May 2nd, 2018 | poetry | No Comments

Poet Bio

I respect the moon for allowing the sun to rest
I question the sun’s position when the moon arrives with her many phases.
I congratulate the butterfly for morphing
I wonder if taking the caterpillar’s life was worth it.
I sympathize with the tree that stands in the forest alone
My heart is with that tree’s roots who keeps her grounded.
I question life;
Wishing I can rewrite experiences.
I have healed from pain
Haven’t managed to let go of regrets.
I am at war with myself
trying to help myself gain full understanding.

Poet Bio

I am a young Caribbean writer who uses words as my weapon for expression.

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