Category Archives: Poetry

awakening me

into the animated time, when this desperation is rushing through the countless tides, escaping you, ignoring you, silencing you, anticipating the end. about to turn things into good, but there can never be better consequences, now. struggling this, forgetting this, … Continue reading

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too long to wait, too short to speak, and my toes are red like old ketchup in my mouth.   2017

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This, You Must Know

The first time I saw you, there was something that awakened me. It lingered there, like a long summer season. You made me feel that I’m gold, that my value can change my ugly perspective. You did not disappoint me, … Continue reading

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False Euphoria

I scatter my mind in the archipelago of your existence. You expose yourself in the most ignoble way. I can’t judge, I can’t sneer at you. This false euphoria, it elevates my idea that nothing is being regarded as perfect … Continue reading

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autumn’s horizon

cobwebs cover your eyes and from where you are have cracks on air. you stand on shattered mirrors. the pain is the enemy of your entirety. grey sheets of the autumn’s horizon are pasted like dirt on the wall.   … Continue reading

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Scattered diamonds in the highest skies of the endless universe are not movements of procrastinating youth but they are sentences on public papers of offices from Moscow to Hongkong and Sao Paulo to New York city. Wild beatings of husbands … Continue reading

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the unfathomable love

hold me like there is no end of time. hold me where our universe forgets who we are. hold me as we fight the war inside our minds. hold me when your heart is scarred with pain. hold me and … Continue reading

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