Category Archives: Poetry

daytime boulevards

we fight badly at the dining table.we lie awkwardly on the sands.our fingers are dirty and long.we used to sing corny karaoke songs. we swim in the lake with our cotton shirts.we buy cheap slippers and rubber bands.our twitter accounts … Continue reading

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Strong Words

I’ve got to sit down with you On a side of a pavement, cemented Bench facing the lanterened street. Covered our mouths with The velvet chocolate cake from Your anniversary, dinner date. I learned how to beautify Myself in different … Continue reading

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Door

Nervous, I scamper at your door that exists only when all sleep quietly, in peace. I wake up seeing the shapes and forms that turn into one big, tangible conclusion.   2019

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shades

highlights of blue, entering my iris. a random clanging of bells, soft, myriad and rubber smells float ambiguously on my river skies. a truck and orange bridges, those tiny queens and kings on our cards are the only remembrance we … Continue reading

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Cascading

Your emotions are like huge capacity of water, cascading rapidly from your heart. You tell me things that make other people look bad. But I am not an easy believer. Your mindset is not like mine. When will you stop? … Continue reading

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limbo

we molest the soft hues of the orange dawn. we stop to enter a dream of crude, of hell. we start to treat ourselves like kings and queens.   2018/2020

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I Am Not Convinced

I may be unfair. I may have not heard the other side of the story. But I am not convinced at all. How you turn yourself to a different person when you know you can’t really hurt anyone else. Then, … Continue reading

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Cry Like A Wolf

I’ve never heard you before cry like a wolf. But no, I won’t listen to you anymore. You don’t need my ear, you don’t honestly need me as a friend. It started quite smooth. We slowly build our bridge. Our … Continue reading

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A Piece Of The Million Pain

Hear myself in the dark. Hear myself crying behind your back. I’ve starved of love, of affection. Days can be cruel, nights can be bluer. I’m haunted by this piece of the million pain. I’m abandoned in this field of … Continue reading

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Anxious Lover, Anxious Fate

Anxious lover, anxious fate. Of all the rumors I’ve heard, are your atypical behavior, your fickle-minded ways. You’ve written your story with symbols, without grace. Your hidden meanings are disguised as irrevocable beginnings. You may wear a mask, but underneath … Continue reading

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