Poetry & Art

Night Lullaby

I love the quietness of the night, the way darkness wraps itself around me, gently rocking and swaying until the day is a distant memory.

A cascade of emotions slowly dissipate, emotions are hard but they make you strong.

The slow rise of breath appears and my eyes close, ready to be launched into a deep slumber and a reel of dreams starts it’s premiere, until the light of the day makes it’s entrance.


Vivienne Mcwey

by vivienne mcwey

I'm a single mother of two girls writing came from heartbreak and passion for life. I strive to teach them strength and success even when times get tough you never back down.


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