Power By Geraldine Anello is a collection of poems from October 2018 to October 2019. It is the second publication in a series of three poetry collections, entitled Truth.
It gives you a glimpse of the author’s love life. As it ever so happens in one’s life, you fall in love; you think everything is working out, and then boom! It’s over.
Did they break up, or did he break her heart by cheating on her? It’s open for interpretation.
If you are a man reading it, you may feel guilty reading some of the lines if you’ve ever done it and if you’re a woman, maybe you can relate to it if something similar has ever happened.
Comedians and poets and artists, in general, do a good job of internalizing their trauma and experiences to create art. It’s better art than something negative to society.
Adele and Lady Gaga, for example, have sold millions of records from taking inspiration from having their hearts broken while being in a relationship.
The Book is divided into 3 parts Falling in love, breaking up, and then moving on titled as up for the picking, pedestal, and happy.
Up for the picking
It’s all lovey-dovey in the beginning you think you are inseparable and perfect for each other and then other elements come into play.
power October 22nd, 2018, 2:25 AM
To celebrate love
By screaming it
To the world
Beyond the waters,
Or to honor it
By carrying it
Close, within the space
Of my heart,
Away from the world,
Looks like they are happy, and things are working out, but what does the future hold?
Well, long story short, the answer is no.
the length of anger (i) October 24th, 2018, 4:20 PM
Anger can be short.
How could you?
Why take me
Down that road
To lead me astray?
Why bring me
In your mess?
Anger can be shorter.
Got it, thanks.
Boy oh boy, our man messed up. He played with a woman’s heart. His door is closed and is now no longer welcome back to her heart.
pawn October 29th, 2019, 10:25 PM
Here you may be,
In these words.
You used me,
But so did I you.
Made you a pawn
For my art.
Growing up on a French island near South Africa, Geraldine Anello fell young into the arts.
She started writing songs and poetry in her teenage years, after being a pianist from age 5 -which led to her career as a Broadway pianist and conductor.
Also, a community builder and business owner, she is the founder and leader of the community Handy Women, with over 40,000 members.
Writing the second collection of poetry in New York City, and editing and publishing it in Mexico, Anello takes heartbreak and turns it into self-empowerment.
You can find more about her on her website.