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Most of my generation is focused on social statuses How many friends and likes They get on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter It's like our lives Equate to a laptop and a cellular device
Boom! You are stuck on an island. No, not the actual island where there is sand surrounded by water, palm trees giving shade, and little critters burrowing themselves in the sand.
I am not solitary. I require the love of others, as do we all to be happy. I need occasional attention; I need encouragement; I need to be reassured, and hugged, and appreciated.
I stand along this solitary sand The sun rising at it's peak Salty waves creeping upon the shoreline Ninety-five days is the streak Whimsic waters slither under my toes The light shines upon my tan
If just for a day my life were to change and I would be whisked away to an island in the sun I would not take much, practically none. I would not take a pen
I’ve never wanted lots of stuff or fancy diamond rings. I always think that’s too much fluff, too many needless things.
My Right Hand Man Always by my side Sometimes I think I can’t do something but then remind myself that I can
If I were to be stranded Practically left for dead On an island that was without The simple luxury of baked bread What I would bring with me Is not a book nor journal
My person is the thing I'd need most On a deserted island We would lay there right by the coast Smilin'
Day One: Through my mind, thoughts race Am I to survive The deserted island I must face? Necessities, staples, necessities, for which I strive, Repeat in my mind while I pace
If I were on a deserted island I would bring.... It's not such an easy question because of all the paths the train of thought could take..
To a deserted Island I bring the will to Persevere with me
I’m stranded on a deserted island with nothing else to do Except to look beyond the horizon across the ocean blue. If only I had my camera. If I had my camera, I would never be alone
If I became stranded on a deserted island there's one thing I'd surely need, that is the peace of mind that comes from being alone and at ease. To be ok with lonliness not needing company,
I opened my eyes to the warm glow of the sun, I looked around and all I could see Was miles of glistening blue water Miles of shimmering sand Miles of open land. I could not believe it
Laying alone on the gritty, ecru sand the grains dance about your eyelashes, teasing knowing you're envious of their dance partner. The dunes sigh as the wind sifts through and carries
Sand surrounding me Upon waves that seem so calm With a sky so blue as clouds ride the wind “Ah, is this paradise, or is this reality?” A pinch in the arm, a confirmer, I can continue life
The stillness in the midnight air, rushes to your skin. Raising each and every hair, where do I begin?
What I can’t live without Is a hard question to answer, of this you cannot doubt. Some would say love, or bacon-wrapped dove Some would say their favorite book to read through and through endlessly
If I was stranded on a deserted island, what would I take with me? I should probably choose something practical, water or fire. Some food or maybe something to create a shelter.
On a small island alone there are many things you should take. A water filter, flint and steel, and other basic necessities. And sure that is all good and well but another thing that is important