Jones' Junk Drawer

An Exquisite Disaster

Welcome to my junk drawer, a unique blog here for you to explore! Jones' Junk Drawer is a place where I share my poems, stories, reviews on films or books, and whatever else comes to my head! I love having the opportunity to share my passions and thoughts in this junk drawer. Read and enjoy!

Piles of Books
 

A Bowl of Milk

“Miss, Jess!” a reporter from the back row shouted as I was in the middle of presenting, “can you please explain a little more about what...

How are the boys feeling?

We were conversing over dinner which was a basic meal of Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup, which my mom had made. We called ourselves the...

Did they just...?

The life of 14 and 16-year-old brothers is about what you’d expect. One of them just started high school and the other one was a sort of...

Coffee

About I don't always add an "About" section, but for this poem, I decided to. It may be confusing, so I want to clear up some minor...

And Their Son

Croaking. Splashing. There are trees all around. Straight on–Bark, Above–Leaves. In the in-between, A precious, personal pond. Mirky....

Goodluck because

This poem may not make sense. The structure is fragile, but poetry makes me smile. The core of a good joke. The structure is fragile, so...

A Strange Day

I had a strange day yesterday. So strange. I saw a cat run through the field to catch nothing. No mice appeared nor anything to catch,...

Writing through the Garden

Each day was the same for him. He would wake up, grab the book, and head to the shop. He was diligent in his reading. He was a structured...

Rainy night

Tears drop slowly Not as the rain falls fast onto the willow Listen to the rain make its melody Pleasantly onto the willow tree The tree...