Author Archives: chester maynes

About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.

Don’t Stop

Even at the beginning, don’t stop. Even at the middle, don’t stop. Even almost at the end, don’t stop. Keep going when the sun still rises, and it still sets, and the moon and stars appear, you’ll never comprehend the … Continue reading

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The Beehive Of A Mental Drift

This cycle, recurs on and on. A minute to waste, an hour of hate. I transform to a plural of diverse characters, the one who gets lonely, or the loud mouth like a threatening enemy. It numbs the bones, freezes … Continue reading

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One Day

One day, you just stop doing the bad things, find solace and victory at the simple glancing of the universe, the rush of the wind on your head, loving me for what I am.   2019

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An Imperfect Perfect

Are you seeing all the aspects of me in one frame, Or a part in me dwells temporarily at one corner? Am I like a dot on the wall that can be noticed at a closer glance? It’s me I … Continue reading

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Pulled Closer To The Chasm Of Delight

Thousand nights, thousand heartbeats. These feelings of madness running inside me. I was pulled closer to the chasm of delight. You sprung from the place where the famous words are secretly hiding, and you did not argue to be found. … Continue reading

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Abruptly Shattered

You abruptly shattered and the life of now is the end of black and white.   2019

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The Savages

They gossiped at the dining tables, they laughed at the sight of the clowns. They dressed in purple ribbons, their shoes are armed with leather knives. They shocked their enemies with their sharp fangs and long fingernails. They attacked at … Continue reading

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