My blue and pink butterfly necklace.
The bond my brother and I once shared.
The innocence of my childhood.
My plush, white earmuffs.
The moose souvenirs for my friends, from Alaska.
The trust I once shared with my family.
My original love for Color Guard.
My purple knitted sweater.
The fairytale book my grandma used to read me.
A need to serve and protect.
A hope for a beautiful and thriving future.
My mom’s old prom dress.
*(Note: So you know how I’m technically doing this blog for a class (though not really because very few of these posts are actually for the class)? Well, we read this short story that had this tidbit about categorizing things. So I thought about the idea of categories, and this sort of came out of it. I think it’s interesting.)
My poetry belongs to me. All poems under the category “Poetry by Me” are mine. Use of my poetry without my permission is prohibited. If you wish to use any my poetry for any reason, ask me for permission first.