The poem ‘Guard up guard down’ is about not having feelings in romantic endeavors. It’s about wanting to feel something, but being unable to even though your partner might seem perfect on paper.
‘Fly on the wall’ is a poem about being afraid of the public eye. About thinking that you’re watched all the time and making your decisions based on this understanding.
‘Blame’ is about looking outward and resonating blame at anyone else than yourself.
‘Water’ is one of the shorter and abstract poems.
‘Trapped’ is about being afraid of hurting someone whilst still wanting to see where the relationship goes and the dichotomy this creates.
‘Distanced’ is a poem about being ready to move on but not being able to. It’s about how it affects any potential relationship.
‘Glow’ is about gaining an overview over the intricate details of a relationship. It’s about figuring out how and why things click and why they don’t.
‘Remiss’ is about being anxious of not having a comfort-zone. About constantly being in situations you are not comfortable with, which leads to self-reflection and hopefully closure in the end.
The poem ‘Loss of trust’ is a story about having friends that have a different world-view than regular people, which you typically put up with. In short, they be crazy, okay? The piece is about them finally drawing the final straw and doing something unforgivable and you letting go of them.