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The Fault of Our Thoughts

Chrish is a poetry writer who loves to paint, nature and dog lover, who write for herself and happy to share it with you.


When the sun is below

the horizon,

Where the soft calming lights prevail.

While I was trying to comfort my self heavily drowning form a thought,

I've put all my grief

and those dying nights under the sea and cover them with earth,

I've plunged it deeply to conceal from sight.

Then I start whispering

in a very deserted tone, what I have known; this life has something crucial reality, my thoughts could swear it isn't under my perception.


This mellow touch of air on my skin, the fresh scent of green grass,

What a beautiful scenery who swift my tears away.

It's then, the universe undoubtedly murmured; it's you who made me perfect. For you are my imperfection.

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Chrish Canosa (author) from Manila Philippines on August 28, 2020:

Hey there lovely Vandna!

Thanks for reading! You are very much appreciated. Have a fantastic night ! Take good care you all out there.

Chrish Canosa (author) from Manila Philippines on August 28, 2020:

Hey there Drew!

Thanks a bunge for reading, and yes they exist. Enjoy the rest of the day! Keep safe you all as well.

thoughtsprocess from Navsari (India) on August 28, 2020:

Hi Chrish,

Beautifully described.

Drew Agravante from Philippines on August 17, 2020:

Awesome poem! Keep up the good work. The feels are real.

Chrish Canosa (author) from Manila Philippines on August 17, 2020:

Hey there Jeremiah! I was once just like you. and I think I still am . I'm still coping as well ! I'm happy to help you.

If you really want to write , just write what makes your HEART happy . Simple as that

Much love from the Philippines

Chrish Canosa (author) from Manila Philippines on August 17, 2020:

Hi , Ms Lorna always always thank you!

You are very appreciated . Thanks as well for appreciating the photo (the first one was my own painting ) I'm still learning .

Much love from the Philippines

Lorna Lamon on August 17, 2020:

This poem is haunting and beautiful, as is the photo. Well written Chrish.

JEREMIAH MWANIKI KILUNDA from Nairobi on August 17, 2020:

I love poetry. I would wish to write poems one day but I'm inexperienced. But by reading what you have written, I get a clue. Nice job. Keep the fire burning. I'm learning a lot.

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