Monthly Archives: August 2018

When September Comes

Two eyes and a head, and hours from now, and hours until you come. My shadow waits for the sun to set, my shadow will be no more when daylight fades. Two ears and a mouth, and I’ll make a … Continue reading

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Transfigured

The mark of a blistering agony, a period when I was tangled and burdened. Replaced enthusiasm to a wound, harbored shoddy sentiments privately, and fed myself with food of irrelevance. I was choked in my own indifference. My pretension was … Continue reading

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like an ice cream

we cry at the same breakdown and we melt swiftly like an ice cream in a scorching sunny day.   2018

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randomly

you wore a yellow shirt and i was frigid with my imagination.   2018

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Until All The Other Dancers Leave The Ledge

Been in the roller-coaster, and almost up there, then down. Someone told me in the past that I can’t go anywhere with writing, no money there and no future whatsoever. I’m down, into this lowest part of life, but while … Continue reading

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The Last Time I Noticed You

I noticed you that day. When I escaped from home, traveled┬áby foot to where the sanity of wind and the cheer of the sun convert emptiness to life.   2018

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The Soul Who Understands The Beauty Of Oneself

Ever changing, like dawn to dusk, from the seas to the islands, and I continue to shift from a good place to a better home. Some may not agree, some may like the idea, and others may love to see … Continue reading

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