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Catch me if you can, they say,

these tears overflowing with sorrow.

Such a bitter bounty of pain they hold,

such an unfortunate fountain of fear

for what the future may hold

and such a ruptured remembrance of times past,

ghosts that weave in and out of the tapestry of my heart.

Call to my little angels,

flow down the mountains of my cheek.

Free me from the grief that silently slinks within me.

-Eva M.M.

” Me and the pen, we are one. If its ink would cease to flow, my ink would cease to flow.”





I am the author of and am currently working on a book of poems. To find out more check out my about me page as well as my page about my blog and welcome to the ink angels community.

8 thoughts on “Bounty

    1. The best advice I have ever been given about writing is to write and write and never stop writing. read a lot and read things you don’t necessarily think you would like. put yourself out in the world to live and experience the little things. Look at things in a different way. Open yourself up to the little things. Write and be open to trying to write in new ways. And I think it is important to realise that you write for yourself first. it sounds selfish but you write what you feel and know and experience and maybe the things that you don’t feel but somehow can know by the way you have lived your life. I am really bad with advice but I think when you really enjoy life to its fullest and write and stay true to what you feel deeply than your writing it always more beautiful even when nobody else can really see that same beauty that you do.I am just a high school senior myself and I know that when you are young it seems daunting beginning to put your work out there and get started. I would love to keep in contact with you and discuss things we both write further. Let me know if you would like to share anything with me. Thank you.

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      1. Wow that’s incredible advice. I’d love to keep up a correspondence. I’m still working on improving my writing but my purpose in writing is more about improvement than the finished product.

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