Forgotten Letter #487 by James Andrew Crosby

Anonymous asked: Are you modest?

I would say so, yes.
Throughout a normal day, I am easily pleased by simple things. I do not have high standards for every day happenings and never speak of myself as superior.

jamesandrewcrosby:

Dear readers, dreamers and lovers.

I gladly present the publishment of my very first book of poetry!
The title will be "From Words To Worlds", and it will be available on Friday, 26th September 2014. The book will contain over 80 poems, an immense amount of them being unknown and never published before.

The book supposedly will be available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, The Book Depository and other stores, worldwide, as a paperback (may even e-book) edition.
 
If you have any further questions, please message me.

Thank you greatly for the support throughout all these years
and for making this possible.
Not even words could express how grateful I am.

Typewriter Poetry #759 by James Andrew Crosby

You will lose your home one day - suddenly, with a bang, and all at once. And you will abhor it - but eventually you will create a new idea of a home; I hope you do.

Forgotten Letter #486 by James Andrew Crosby

Would we have control
over what our mind does dream,
would we repeat it?

Typewriter Poetry #758 by James Andrew Crosby

(and you will continue to search)

(Source: jamesandrewcrosby)

Forgotten Letter #485 by James Andrew Crosby

Anonymous asked: is it hard for you to fall asleep?

Mostly it is not, for I do not decide to rest until I have reached a limit of exhaustion. However, sometimes it feels more difficult to do so, due to the lack of comfort I decide to live with (I have no bed, only a mattress, which is really old, so is my pillow).

Typewriter Poetry #757 by James Andrew Crosby

Through shame, create love.

Forgotten Letter #484 by James Andrew Crosby

A Limerick, For Sabina

With curly-full brown hair, brown eyes,
she spoke, as she repeated sighs,
of how well she kisses,
and how often she misses
my attempt to also speak such lies.

(Source: jamesandrewcrosby)