Saturday, January 30, 2016

Two Tricube Poems About My Firey Personality

I decided to try out a new poetry form, the Tricube. A few hours later, I found myself staring at these two poems, wondering which one conveys my sentiments more clearly. I would love to hear what you think.

 image by Sailom

by Rachel Hoyt

I try hard
to tone it
down for you,

But flare ups
and blow ups
just happen.

My soul won't
its heartfire. 

Copyright © 2016 Rachel Hoyt. All rights reserved.
On Fire
by Rachel Hoyt

I'm on fire
all the time,
burning bright.

You love to 
watch me burn
and add fuel,

Then you say,
"Keep the heat
to yourself."
Copyright © 2016 Rachel Hoyt. All rights reserved.

Thank you for reading! If you would like to see another side of me, visit me at

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Weight Loss Isn't As Easy As It Used To Be

Eat It Up
by Rachel Hoyt

The shelves are stocked against you
with profit packed flavors -
trademarked tastes of the sweet life
you've limited time to savor.

Just one bite? No, that won't do.
Who would eat all the rest?
It was bottled and boxed to cure your strife,
cooked up just for you, the guests. 

Copyright © 2015 Rachel Hoyt. All rights reserved.

Trying to be/get/stay healthy is no piece of cake:

Saturday, September 26, 2015

What Does "The Internet of Things" Mean to You?

The Internet of Things
by Rachel Hoyt

image by bluebay

It's open to anyone and anything -
A network of both nothing and everything,
A world where both bad and good sink or sprout wings,
A place where our wants and needs gallop and sing,
A sacred dreamscape of imaginable things.

Copyright © 2015 Rachel Hoyt. All rights reserved.

This poem was inspired by two growing trends: