Yesterday, I Wrote a Poem

Yesterday, I Wrote a Poem

Writing has always been a way for people, including myself, to express themselves.  From poets to authors. From novelists to autobiographers. The written word as difficult as it may be for some, comes second nature to others. I am blessed to be one of the people who have the talent for writing.

But talent is the beginning of it. The second part is the passion. Being passionate about things in life is the reason why those things work. As a result today I am sharing with you a poem I wrote on Snapchat a few weeks back.

Share it will your friends online and follow me on Instagram: @terri2kool to keep up with me!


I wrote a poem yesterday. I wanted you to read it.
I wanted you to understand me. I wanted you to get me a little better.
You didn’t have time for me. You were too busy with school, work, and life.
You said you know it was an amazing piece. That reading it wouldn’t change that.
But reading it changes us. It means I trust you. I care for you.
Most notably, that I love you. Enough to share the deepest part of me.
Since you refused to read it because you were too busy with work, school and life.
The story ends a one sided love story after years of grey areas and uncertainty.
Because the chapter that takes us from the present to the future was never read.

Terri is a writer by birth, at heart, and by talent. She is a kool millennial Caribbean blogger from Bermuda who loves social media as much as she loves chocolate. Terri has had an entrepreneur’s spirit since she was a young girl. She promised herself that she would create a lifestyle that she was not only proud to share with others, but one that she was ultimately happy to live. While living in Atlanta for the past 5 years, Terri she had the opportunity to have partnered with, contributed to, and created with various Caribbean inspired brands to include, but are not limited to the following: DaFlavaRadio, United Trends, RepJA, and IGLOO Atlanta.

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