The Promise of Rest by Fummi_en

Fummi_en | Sep 25th, 2020 | poetry | No Comments


I wear these insecurities like a cloak
And the fear weighs far more than it should
The walls around me threaten to fall
As the cracks increase I know that they would

All that’ll be left are the exposed emotions
Bare like a heart without the rib cage
But with that uncovering I face my inhibitions
To shed this weight tugging at the calm

Hope washes o’er me like a thousand oceans
Though I’m not there I see rest on the surface

Poet Bio

Elizabeth is a student with a love for words. She discovered a flair for poetry as a form of expression a few years ago. Although she prefers rhymes, Elizabeth experiments with various styles in her work.

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