About Emily Coyle

Emily lives in Wisconsin, USA

Poetry has become a new hobby of mine.


By Emily Coyle Words said to hurt Words said to mend Words we suddenly blurt Words we say to offend Why do words hold so much power? They can kill or save So many words per hour Words in hearts engrave Many by words have been hurt Some by words have been saved Our mean […]

A Mouse

By Emily Coyle With a little jump, Scamper and leap, running fro A mouse goes home.


By Emily Coyle Blooming in the spring, Bright, yellow, happy today Are the daffodils


By Emily Coyle Swelling up like a wave to come crashing down This sadness at the thought of never seeing you again The feelings of joy and sorrow set in Even though you are gone I still feel you around Thinking of you gone brings to my face, a frown There are no words to […]


By Emily Coyle I’m trying to write a poem for English class I hope I won’t flunk or totally crash I can’t believe people write poems for fun I already hate this and I’ve hardly begun Writing poetry is so not my thing I’m biting my nails and twisting my ring I’d rather do math, […]