She creeps around my room

lulling any sound whispering

in the creak of my chair

or the opening of a cabinet

watching and listening

like a hawk perched for flight

then she comes into my mind

with a hug and a kiss

loving me for who I am

and who I want to be

or who I have become

then she tickles me

in the vulnerability of my soul

stirring me into life

and I begin to let my keyboard play

like a piano of my dreams

as I play a song for her to sleep

while I sift through my world

like a spider’s web

trapped in the loneliness

of bountiful joy and happiness.





Author: needybad4u

I am a Guyanese-born Canadian freelance writer. I was a teacher in Guyana and hold a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Guyana. I am a Licensed Paralegal under the L.S.U.C. (retired), and a Commissioner of Oaths and Affidavits in Ontario. I am a poetry contributor to social media web, Facebook, and PoemHunter.com. I am also a contributing writer in the Triveni, India's Literary and Cultural Quarterly; also associated with the Muse-pie Literary Journal in the Fib Review and Shot Glass Journal .Book reviews include: Finding the Mother by Mydavolu V. Sathyanarayana, Nomadic Nights by Indira Babbellapati, Biography of an Unknown Woman by Indira Babbellapati, Echo by Indira Babbellapati, Vignettes of the Sea (Foreword) by Indira Babbellapati, M.K. Gandhi, by Ram Sahadeo, and GROANS FROM OLD BONES by Wm F.E. Morley. My WordPress blog is titled: Poems Jogging in the Mind. Author of Watching You, A Collection of Tetractys Poems (2012); Searching for You, A Collection of Tetractys & Fibonacci Poems (2015).

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