What do I live for? A question that we ask ourselves and others regularly, or at least once in a while. What are the answers don't only give ourselves but the people around us as well? They go along the lines of: "I want to find a fulfilling career." "I want to make lots of … Continue reading The poetic dimension of life
If you are reading my blog, whether that may be casually or you are following me, chances are you might want to know why this blog exists and what inspires me to write and why I named my blog "RebelPoetry". I got some good news for you as you are about to find out all … Continue reading Who the hell is “RebelPoetry”?
Awoken, not by the sun's light, but by the screeching sound of an alarm clock, A new day begins in the spirit of all the days that passed, Getting ready for the rat-race, one loses track of ones own pace. Drunk on the distractions presented, man grows unaware of his true yearning, And in time, … Continue reading Welcome to the wild, wild West
There is a legend among the people that there will come a time were humans suffer from a great separation within them and from the world around them. The human spirit gets close to being extinguished, but as this danger draws in closer, the yearning in the heart of man to rekindle the sense of … Continue reading “The great Gathering”
He stood on the hill's top, observing a world that never stops, As the craze of daily life unfolds, from human beings to human doings, People rushing here and there, never reaching anywhere, faces down, never looking up, He just sits there, hoping that one day, they may wake up. As he sits on the … Continue reading Fallen Kings and Queens
In the ocean of clouds, There they are to be found, Present reminders of a time long passed, Awakening wonder, breathtaking, Memorials made of stories and stone, Around them, one is never alone. In their attempt to touch the sky, Their desire for growth is ever present. Refuge of silence for those tired of noise, … Continue reading Rocky wisdom
It's funny to see how so many of us are caught up in trying to be secure, trying to be safe by having a stable job, a house, health insurance. It's comfortable, it's cozy and it's a plain lie we hold on to. The job can be lost, the house can be destroyed and your … Continue reading The illusion of safety