Category Archives: Poetry

peppermint

thesmell of yourhands is therapyto my broken heart. 2021

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The Gravity Of Grief

The gravity ofgrief is pulling meto a dimension ofchaos, wanting me toconfine in a darkwhere love story isnot allowed to be spoken. 2021

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The Damage You’ve Done

The damage you’ve done,It destroyed me spiritually.The damage you’ve done,It hurt me more than death.The damage you’ve done,It sabotaged my happiness.The damage you’ve done,It gave me hell on Earth. 2021

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Your Necessary Self

I did not ask. I did not wish.There’s always an element of surprise;I didn’t know. I didn’t envision.What’s not there before has lavished me withsentiments and nostalgia. You offer your necessary self.I’m astonished, astounded, startled. 2021

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Stars At The Tips Of My Fingers

A cup of house blend coffee, hot on a windy dusk. My pair of eyes and my whole face reflecting on a glass window while I write this random lyrics not to drag anyone down but to comfort the existence … Continue reading

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china doll

thereare tiny sunsetsin your eyes and yourcurls are cute wavesof the ocean. 2021

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sunset

if you only want.if you only need.but there are limits.there are boundaries.you only get the thingsthat are meant for you.you only love somethingthat is important. 2021

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The Element Of Hate

How can I call youmy next of kinif I’m the elementof hate? I was the root, the seed,the germ of an envy.My presence was terriblethan troubles. How can a childblamed for somethingbad that he did notcommit? I was the element … Continue reading

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Outside

Ourfeet share thesame road outsidewhere dust andstones cannot rule. A dayis not enoughto save our thousand nights. 2021

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stance

theurban wind breaksme into severalpieces of differentpersonalities. 2021

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