Returning ● POEM

Her tears salted  Marks in the snow  Footprints leaving  Was the only thing That welcomed her home ☼ ©Christina de Vries


Still Waiting ● POEM

Heart in hand She is still waiting For the day his name Will feel misplaced  On her lips When other kisses Will not be compared To his When the city presents New beginnings Not just reminders Of the lost For the time to come When she can finally Move on ☼ ©Christina de Vries  

The Veil ● POEM

Surrounded by ruins of past love Her walls built then shattered Over and over again Now they were too heavy to lift The pieces no longer fit together They were broken She was bruised So instead of trying to build A wall filled with cracks She wrapped herself in layers Of protective veil  Spun out... Continue Reading →


Falling Petals ● POEM

  She was a flower That he picked And called beautiful As she fell slowly Petal by petal Until almost empty Only a whisper Could be heard By the last petal: He loves me not.. ● ©️Christina de Vries  


Gone ● POEM

    She searched for him At the bottom  Of every glass In the color Of every sunset In the wrinkles Of every face But not until  She stopped looking Did her eyes open ● ©️Christina de Vries  


I Smiled and It Made Me Cry

About a week before Christmas I had a very powerful and wonderful experience. I tried to write about it back then, but couldn't seem to find the right words, so it ended up as an unfiltered mess in my journal instead. But now I'm giving it a second go. I can't remember exactly what I'd... Continue Reading →


Friendship isn’t a big thing…

One thing that always overwhelm me whenever I'm having a hard time (and am willing to admit it) is how much love I have in my life. I wouldn't say that I have a lot of friends, but I do have a few and the ones that are closest to me are so warmhearted and... Continue Reading →


This is the Hurt that I’m Feeling

I didn't plan on going into my thirties with a broken heart, but here I am. Life takes twists and turns all of the time, and sometimes they hurt. And no matter how right it is, it's still painful. I'm turning 30 tomorrow, and I'm not one to worry about age. I don't really care... Continue Reading →


How to Succeed in Heartbreak by Victoria Morgan

This poem gave me goosebumps all over! The brutal honesty in her words had me struggling to find words of my own.  Enjoy!


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