Put Down Your John Hancock

Put Down Your John Hancock

Kelly Sisco, Staff Writer, Entertainment Editor
January 24, 2013
Filed under Poetry

That letter will be signed from you, each copy with your John Hancock. The stamp that people will know whom it’s from. Say it how you like, Best regards, Best wishes, Sincerely yours, Respectfully yours, Truly yours, With love, or Always yours and than sign your name neatly. You’re name.... Read more »

I Want To Write A Poem

I Want To Write A Poem

September 27, 2012
Filed under Poetry

I Want To Write A Poem   I want to write a poem that will make you smile. Flirt with your mind, twinkle your eyes. Play with your head, make you recline. Now mentally please visualize. My poetry is the bare essence of my soul. Read my pages, listen to my flow. Catch my phrases,... Read more »

More Stressed Out Than Me. I Never Thought I’d Know Such a Person.

More Stressed Out Than Me. I Never Thought I’d Know Such a Person.

Kelly Sisco, Staff Writer
September 20, 2012
Filed under Columnists, Poetry, Truly Yours, Kelly!

Changing moods but mostly in an uneasy state. Hyper with nothing but my own thoughts, which keep racing. Is this the state... Read more »

Very Lucky You!

Very Lucky You!

Kelly Sisco, Staff Writer
September 16, 2012
Filed under Columnists, Poetry, Truly Yours, Kelly!

The bright lights, the music, the noise, and all the crowds of people. She wants to win too. She takes out a $20 bill to start but not putting too much in at the beginning. She hears people yelling and getting excited. Don’t look too closely. Some people have fear in their eyes, the... Read more »

Two People

Two People

Kelly Sisco, Staff Writer
September 16, 2012
Filed under Columnists, Poetry, Truly Yours, Kelly!

Please forgive me for this fight, which we are about to have. Please understand that fighting sometimes is just what we do. No need to get all upset cause this to shall pass. Pass away like every one of our other fights. No good and no fun is all of this. In fact, it’s terrible that we work ourselves... Read more »

Not Really Dead (Essay)

Kelly Sisco, Staff Writer
September 16, 2012
Filed under Columnists, Poetry, Truly Yours, Kelly!

I was his sunshine and he was mine. It’s been a little over 1 year since he passed, time goes by too fast. I think about him everyday but I’m shocked my grandmother does not talk more about him. I stood over him when his eyes closed and he passed on. My dad was out driving one of my grandfather's... Read more »

Did You Find Me Yet?

Did You Find Me Yet?

Kelly Sisco, Staff Writer
September 16, 2012
Filed under Columnists, Poetry, Truly Yours, Kelly!

Can you find me in that book? Look close, carefully and really good because I am there. I am there a few times just on that page. It’s like playing Where’s Waldo? You surely remember that famous game growing up. Waldo was always wearing a red and white stripped shirt, matching hat and was drawn into... Read more »

Mr., Sir., Madman, Miss. What Do You See? Who are you? Do you Hear a Change? Who will you be by the End of the Year?

Mr., Sir., Madman, Miss.  What Do You See? Who are you? Do you Hear a Change? Who will you be by the End of the Year?

Kelly Sisco, Staff Writer
September 16, 2012
Filed under Columnists, Poetry, Truly Yours, Kelly!

Lipstick, makeup, heals, a bra, dyed hair and a dress is what I see now when I look at him. Yes, him I repeat. This may startle you but like I have learned and grown to accept what is, you may choice hopefully to accept things too. His voice will change too in time. His walk is still not quite all there.... Read more »