Artistic Lines: I/HE

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

With a big smile on my face, I'd like to announce that I'M OFFICIALLY DONE WITH GCSEs!!!

After months of studying hard, I finally finished my GCSEs exams and I have officially left school! Now all that's left is prom and results day!!

When my last exam ended, I decided to celebrate my last day by reading (how typical for an introvert) and I read this book filled with love poems by Lang Leav called Lullabies. These collections of poems have inspired me to write (more like attempt) my own poem!

I/HE

I intertwine my
Fingers with his;

I hold them
Tightly as we kiss;

I look him
In the eye;

I see the
Stars in the sky;

He only sees through 
Me, like glass;

...

I am like
The wind against
His fingers;

I am like
The sweat on
His skin;

I am like
The smoke from
His cigarette;

He inhales and
Exhales

My love.


- Nicole I. Abriam

This is my first attempt at writing a poem like this, so I hope you like it! 

It's supposed to imply unrequited love and the feeling of being used or neglected in a relationship (and if you're wondering, it's not inspired by anyone because I've never been on a relationship lol)

Let me know what you think!
Nicole ᵔᴥᵔ


p.s. Sorry if this post was late! I was having problems with my computer and I had to reset it :c but don't worry because I'm back! 

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10 comments

  1. Congrats on finishing all of your school! Your poem really makes you think which is nice, and I love the photo. Nice work!

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    1. Thanks so much, Vivian! And I'm glad you love my poem :D

      x Nicole ᵔᴥᵔ

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    1. Thank you, Nabila!

      x Nicole ᵔᴥᵔ

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  3. I'm not very familiar with the term GCEs, so could you please explain to me what that is? Also, I love the poem <3

    xo,
    Leila

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    1. GCSEs are qualifications you take when you're in Years 10 and 11 (ages 15-16). For these, you choose to study 4 subjects of your choice along with compulsory subjects (usually it's Maths, Science and English but I guess it depends on your school) and you study these 9 (or more) subjects for 2 years. After that, you take exams on all those subjects and your results determine whether you move on to A-Levels qualifications. They're very important when applying for University or a professional job as most employers would look at your GCSE grades! I hope this helps :D
      And thank you, Leila! I happy you like it!

      x Nicole ᵔᴥᵔ

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  4. Great post, love your poem (:
    Thanks for your comment on my blog!

    www.caterina-m.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you so much and no problem!

      x Nicole ᵔᴥᵔ

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  5. Beautiful poem, stunning lines. You have a great knack for words, can't wait to read more xxx

    ALittleKiran | Bloglovin

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    1. Thank you, Kiran! :D

      x Nicole ᵔᴥᵔ

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