Lucid dream-mazes,Labyrinth unfolding in neon madness,Distant memories caught in sleeping emotions,Haunted by the yearning embrace of lost lovers. Why would I ever want to escape this?Trapped in hell with you,Rather, I'm damned by the looming reality,Of waking,And losing you once more.
Phones are heavy,With empty names,Endless text chains,Binding me to this moment - Etched in stone -Frozen in time -Burned into my soul - So that pitiful message,From ten years ago,Lies in youthful hope, unread.
A certain song,On a certain day,Is enough to destroy me,So utterly,That I wish there was a way to PAUSE Life For a while, Enough, at least,So I can see the road forward,Through this relentless rain.
Three times around, the circle must grow, With long-lost keys, and garlic cloves, Mounds autumnal: willow leaves, Scented oil, poured to please, On dark, foreign stones, And much-loved bones - gone too soon. Solace, Grief?
Ephemeral lunar sky,Myriad mirror shards,Distant and cold,Yet broken things,Lost in listless voids,Always tend to find one another.
Two hands,And what remainsOf my beating heart.All to make poetry,For you,Girl Who Forgot.
I cling to a yesterday,So far in the past,That it makes me wonder,If it ever saw the light of day.
patience is virtue,'tis wholesome and attractive,we lovers waiting.but I! am not a soft doll,to simply wait, contented.
Something about loving you,Makes me hate something about myself,And how I wish this didn't sound likeA teenager's Instagram post.
It's not that I'd forgotten it, Nor ignored what day it is, The words just failed to form aloud, Made mute by my cowardice. What do we do with these wishes, When they fail to come to true, Are they abandoned in dark holes, Or trashed as broken things do? Maybe I can't fathom a … Continue reading (Belated) Birthday Wishes