Over and over, “I cannot allow the pain To blot out the sun like showers of rain; I mustn’t let the mind supremely reign Dictatorship of this minuscule heart & mediocre brain. I find the light of myself in glints – No longer will I permit my perception to glaze in sorrowful tints; For so … Continue reading A Soliloquy to the Sky
And so, I wrote until the sun kissed my face, And the birds screamed sunrise melodies; As the people in their homes slept the morning hours away Until their dreams were only sweet memories. Then they awake to their 9-5 job, As I am harrowingly writing on Some abandoned rooftop Smoking the last drag … Continue reading God-Forsaken Immortality
Witlessly waiting for my disinterest in the unappealing to interest me intriguingly.
I must remember that I am human; I am able to be broken, manipulated – I am malleable in the most stubborn of ways I must remember the spaces between friends; I need not have someone at the doorstep The night through while I sleep I must remember the pain I once felt; I must … Continue reading I Must Remember
So much beauty in the world; Yet I don’t have the eyes to see it. So much love in the world; Yet I don’t have the heart to feel it. So much thought in the world – I just don’t have the mind to comprehend it.
The leaves fell softly like dandelions floating in the wind; The crinkling sound under my feet unmatched except by the cackling of flame. Wintery winds gusted and pushed me back into remission As the warmth left my fingertips – as the frigid air Crept in, suddenly the addiction fleeted like a bad memory You blot … Continue reading Like a Dandelion in the Wind