Monthly Archives: March 2018

The Leaves Of Summer

Burning, scorching in the day. I stretch my shoulders and the children outside bend their knees and dive in the waters. Skies, blue and sunny. I dance in my own, antique room. My hands are tired from folding and shaking. … Continue reading

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crazy over you

you came and i refused to accept that you can’t have me the way you have someone. but i can still allow myself to get crazy over you even though the world knows that we cannot be together.   2018

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When Truth Becomes Familiar

I have noticed the sad grey clouds. Hovering in the sky, filtering a good day. The sun cannot appear completely. At this time, I’m feeling devastated. The day you were gone, without saying goodbye, was the hardest time of my … Continue reading

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I Do Not Make Me Want You

Your absence cuts me like a knife. Long, warm, sleepless nights are terrible. I am not good at many things. Yet, I can be your someone who can be there. No magic words, no sacred rituals, this intellectual capacity to … Continue reading

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un-flight

i lost a flight, missed an opportunity. left the ones i love in a foreign country. slowly, i lead a life of reality and once escaping the world through some book’s pages, i regain a composure, forgetting the problems that … Continue reading

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the life insignificant

scattered. butchered. action upon action of sins secretly pounding on floors of dirty rendezvous. dark. hot and sticky. the normalcy of manhood in its abnormality. it experiments. finding life insignificant from the rest of the crowd.   2018

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far

far from you, and too much absence makes us unimportant. we cling to the loneliness of our skins and we sleep less. far and we can never be near anymore, as we build another life here.   2018

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