written by: Kayleigh Merchant
Two Hearts can bring warmth to the world,
It is the little things that leave the biggest impact,
It takes just one flame to light up the dark shades,
It takes one voice to break the silence of the pained,
Open hearts have open minds to give to the less fortunate kinds.
It takes one flame to light up the dark shades,
It takes just one voice to break the silence of the pained,
Open hearts say it best.
Having an open heart leads to an open mind,
All the best of this goes hand in hand to give to the less fortunate kinds.
The truths will keep following you around until you tell it,
I’m a pacifist – I refuse to tolerate evil traits,
Dislike all the adversary that separates humanity,
BE warmer minded.
All the warm folks are the blankets that wrap around this cold planet.
Kayleigh Merchant is a published poetry author, and unsigned musical performer; bringing her stories and characters to life, she loves anything mysteriously spooky and strange. Specialising in classical gothic emo fairytale celtic mythology. She grew up reading and admiring the works of R.L Stine, William Shakespeare, Edgar Allan Poe, and Tim Burton. The Goosebumps books were the theme of her life. Her favourite stories were; 'The Blob That Ate Everyone', 'My Best Friend Is Invisible' and 'Attack of the Jack-O'-Lanterns', and of course, 'Twilight Saga' by Stephanie Meyer, all of which inspired her to write haunting lyrics for her cinematic theatrical music albums. Kayleigh has self-published her Blood Lines; supernatural haunting futuristic fantasy poetry collection which is an anthology consisting of eight series, including magazine & comicbook editions. One of her prized poetry pieces, 'Access Denied' got chosen to feature in the Spillwords Press '13 Days of Halloween' series in 2019. Her music & poetry has aired from then on, across TFSC Radio, Indie YFM Radio, GrimRock Radio, RadioWhat e.g and continues to. She often joins LIVE open mic nights online and offline, shocking her audience with her versatility. A one woman show!
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