Poem: Blank Page

A chapter sometimes can never be written.

The words are there, but the book will not close.

You can see what needs to happen, but things are better left unsaid.

The story has the beginning, but the middle has slowly turn into the end.

Now there is noting left to be said.

The words are written all over the page.

Poem: Try to go

This not a storm that I want to battle.

It is one that I need to survive.

The challenges have gotten harder, and my loves have gone.

I do not know where to begin, but I do know where to end.

I want to be me.

The path to being free is full of bumps that you must take.

That is not my case.

My scars never heal.

I urge to belong in something that I no longer can call home.

This is where the secrets lie, and where the bodies have decayed.

My feet move, but my body just lays.

Why me is a question I can no longer ask.

Is this where I must parish, and fight to call it home?

This is only round 1.

Movie Review: The Queen(2006)

This is film that surprisingly I have saw almost 20 times. It is just a feel-good movie and something that when you want to sit down and just look at the tv. The Queen is just a good movie to watch. I do not know what it is about the film, but if I cannot find anything else to watch, then I watch this. If you are just looking for something to watch then watch this. The story is one that everyone knows, or at least should know.

This is just a fun movie, and I think you all will enjoy it. There is more stuff you can learn, but overall, simply good movie.

Movie Review: Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner(1967)

I must be honest; I only watch this movie two or three times, but I must say each time it was great. I think that though this movie came out in 1967, I think a lot of what happens in it applies today. Guess Who’s Coming to dinner (1967), is about someone coming to dinner who I shall say do not belong with that crowd. There is so much importance about underling racism, that it makes you question have you ever experience it. This movie stars Spencer Tracy, Sidney Poitier, Katharine Hepburn, and Katharine Houghton. The back story about how this movie was mad is even more exciting.