Poems from Emily Nepomuceno

  “I’m sorry for dragging you into my storm And for not telling you to go back inside So you’d be safe, But I liked kissing in the rain too...
Eve of the longest day And I am running past the sun's Rising above the limits of my body But I fly while grounded Both anchor and wings. 
Can I remember a dawn that smiles with the stars That shine with lights so fluorescent Will I see the faraway Suns in my own eyes...
The stars on your arms Reveal the heart You wear on your sleeve. For if every star is every wish Of which your heart was truly dreaming,...