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The Fault of Our Thoughts

Chrish is a motivational writer who loves to paint, poetry writer, nature and dog lover.


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.



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, Currently in Qatar 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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