Kansas City Chiefs to the Superbowl

KC Chiefs Beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23–20 I didn’t grow up as a “die-hard” football fan. I had some friends in high school that played football and I was in the marching band, so I began to understand the game. As I hung out with my friends, I became a fan of the Chiefs (IContinue reading “Kansas City Chiefs to the Superbowl”

5 Life Lessons from Alice

Give Your Life Balance by Looking at an Upside-Down World 5 Life Lessons from Alice  Tomorrow is Lewis Carroll’s birthday. I love his stories and poems and I think he had a brilliantly creative mind and imagination. His works were not only fun, humorous, and satirical, but contained true and significant life lessons. We canContinue reading “5 Life Lessons from Alice”

I Sent Her Flowers

I sent your mom flowers on your birthday, I think you would’ve wanted me to, Just like that song by Green Day, I wanna wake up when September is through. Another Christmas alone and bereft, Leaves a bleak December, January, of course, is when you left, Another bad month to remember. Valentine’s Day is whatContinue reading “I Sent Her Flowers”

Rain Cycle

The rain is dripping, sprinkling, The ground is soaking, drinking.The seeds are sprouting, growing, The rivers are rippling, flowing.The sun appears, shining, burning, Plants are drying, turning.Water dries, evaporates, Clouds conform and condensate.The rain is dripping, sprinkling…Copyright © 2022 Brandon Ellrich Thank you for reading! If you enjoyed this poem, please click the like buttonContinue reading “Rain Cycle”

“Building” Relationship

A sight from a distance — he’s attractive; Plans in my mind are made.Eye contact and a friendly chat; The foundation has been laid.We walk, we talk about where we grew up; Framework is starting to form.We insulate with talk of family; HIs smile is friendly and warm.Secrets revealed and like a roof o’erhead, IContinue reading ““Building” Relationship”


I built my prison not with bricks,Not with metal, wood, or stone.The material was giv’n by foes,But constructed by myself alone.Razor wire does not pierce my heart,Four walls do not constrain my soul;Instead, four letters are all that bind,And keep me from being whole.Insecurities and doubt,Make up the cage that holds me here.Locked away byContinue reading “Imprisoned”

Raindrop Prelude

This composition by Frederic Chopin is my favorite piece of music–to play and to listen to. The song and alleged story behind it inspired me to write this poem: “Raindrop Prelude” Dripping, dripping, dropping, Constant, never stopping. My health is in despair, And so I must repair; Banished to this cloister, Full of cold andContinue reading “Raindrop Prelude”