‘Toothbrush’ is a an abstract piece about thinking that something is good when in reality it is toxic. Furthermore it is about having the courage to go out and try again even though you may fail.
‘Steer’ is a piece about having a different view in the beginning of a relationship, but wanting to try something different and letting the other part set the pace. Being overeager can quickly kill something that could have developed into a beautiful relationship.
‘Waiting game’ is a piece about having a different view in the beginning of a relationship. Feelings develop in different speed and this poem is about finding a fitting balance in between it all.
‘Field of mines’ is a piece about not ignoring the bad times and going through them in order to get better. Building up emotions inside can result in them bottling up and exploding at some point.
‘Shovel’ is a poem about resentment toward an ex.
‘Our eyes’ is a poem about having a crush and thinking about it constantly. Hoping, but being unsure if the other person feels the same.
‘Reeling’ is a poem about being over someone. How feelings of longing for them and despising them can change so fast.
‘Three paths, one truth’ is a poem about overthinking and being unsure how to go about a new relationship. Should you go fast, go slow, is it mutual, is it only one person in it?
‘Blinking lights’ is a piece inspired by Mark Oliver Everett (also known as E) from the band Eels. One of my favorite artists to listen to when I’m a bit down. The poem centers around an imbalance in a relationship.