This week I will share a poem I wrote about my struggle with religion.
I still encourage you guys to send in your poems to enter Poetic Friday because I have almost run out.
Also, leave a comment below about your thoughts on the poem and if you ever questioned religion.
Sorry my poem for this week is a bit delayed.
The poem is one I wrote for my friend’s birthday, hope you enjoy! Leave your comments below and let me know if you have something to share for next week 🙂
This week’s Poetic Friday is one of those which is more special to my friend than me.
I wrote it for her and her wife’s wedding on IMVU and they both loved it, so I hope you will as well.
I still encourage you guys to contribute to these Poetic Fridays if you have anything you would like shared.
Also, drop a comment down below let me know what you think of the poem and the whole idea of Poetic Friday.
For this week’s Poetic Friday, I will be posting one of my shorter poems.
It is about the conception and definition of art.
What is art?
Original Author: Gamal aka Badr56
From the day we are delivered on this earth.
It is just a question about expressions and feeling it
Art can be anything from Picasso to a graffiti painter reppin their turf.
Art is about opening your heart for the public to see.
Art is about explaining the public about your view.
Art is about crossing all boundaries and just be free.
Art can be good, whether it is ageing or brand new.
The beauty is that only here are tears allowed
A masterpiece can always be enjoyed, it will never be old.
It is when you can close your eyes and just enjoy the sound
But it doesn’t take a master to put words on your own soul
So, for the second edition of Poetic Friday, I would like to share a poem that I entered for a competition.
Unfortunately, it didn’t win, but it got an honourable mention 😀
The poem is about our lack of respect for the life that we don’t understand.
I still encourage anyone with a poem to share to contribute to Poetic Friday and leave your critic in the comment section.
Click read more to read the poem.