HALF A LOAF AND CANDLESTICKS
I noticed the sparks along the rail tracks on dark wood And watched as you left with your last set of polite hood The path chosen once was merely a sign missed Wonder about the value of truth and recipe of kindness You care about you my dear, and what came with the constants Build and break with every word, that motion of violence I am mine, I believe, not a product of your findings But you...
So, like everyone around me is in a relationship or gettin married and...
hibiku: I don’t care if it hurts I want to have control I want a perfect body I want a perfect soul I want you to notice When i’m not around
LOSS OF A HERO AND THE DEATH OF A SAINT
For a moment less dramatic, and a silence secured A day without screaming, so tears feel sore By being misled or misunderstood For me you’ve forgiven, forgotten to core Better less emotion than drastic heartbreaks Bigger to be alone than be lonely instead Sometimes calm down rather laugh in your head There are sparks of inertia lingering admits A thought once conceived will never set you...
To see a world in a grain of sand And a heaven in a wild flower, Hold infinity...– Auguries of Innocence by William Blake
Countless thoughts have crowded my mind Endless conclusions of worthless rhymes The sense of existence lost in itself Pretentious expressions overlapping your face Conditions applied for this came with a date Regrets will be replied if you stop finding them fake I have no understanding of life or death And yet I stand here by myself today I believe that my thoughts are right even if they’re...
MY MONTH OF SEPTEMBER
On the month of September, a day I don’t remember I found myself standing at my window alone Surrounded by footsteps and laughter from smugness Which they gathered carefully form their experiences unknown And yet I wonder what made them so tender, But vicious and merciless to others mistakes What once was the innocent habit of cruelty. Transformed into addiction to directionless...
ONE BUTTERFLY DIED
The quest was for you to find what you had lost Instead you were arguing about the autumn frost Remaining stood baffled underneath the stars As the birds flew away when you remorse Many stood on the soil you stand on now I’m sure they felt exactly like you somehow And yet you often drift into your cocoon Wasn’t the idea to let your ego bloom? Sufficient attention has been wasted on your...
MAN WITHOUT A SHIRT
Today I went passed a man without a shirt His face appeared helpless, his body seemed hurt The rain didn’t stop for him as he walked absurd The pain I suppose no longer hurt Something about his feet made me think of me Perhaps I too shall walk alone and free I felt pleasant for a moment or two I hope he missed someone and someone missed him too I realized the fast cars never stopped whizzing...
Yesterday frustrates me, For tomorrow hasn’t come yet, Sure there was a dawn, But the dusk is not alone yet; Today is what I have, I stare back and forth again, Seldom have I surprised me, Of how much am I born with? This has been my life for quite a while as I recall, The two choices I have are to either crash or to fall, For me now I am alone, I’m used to being on my own, Friends I have...
ONLY GIRL WHO COULD FLY
When we first met it was all over And I was too scared to try, To cheer me up you told me a secret You said you were the only girl in the world who could fly We went around looking for happy faces And I always wondered if they ever cried You said their eyes have gone to heaven All they have now is the sense of sight On Sunday morning you woke me up early Said you had some...
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