Tag: heart

Sweet Surrender

At the peak of my youth I stood at the balcony In a palace overlooking The garden of people Flowers who bloomed, wilted and died Grasses who grew and covered the land Where past selves are buried in nameless tombs Mementos of war between heart and mind Should I jump from where I stand alone, […]

Superhumans in Armageddon

How much would it take To weave the fibers of my thoughts Into reality? My seared skin soaked In blood and sweat Hanging like steel strips In my arms Is not enough Apparently Without replacing my heart With the cold orb Of an everlasting robot In this modern era Where the slow extincts With their […]

Leaving This World

Meet me when I’m walking Down my memory lane Surrounded by supercuts and music Surrounded by you. Meet me when I’m singing Alone, washing the dishes Imagining the way you ate My heart and soul. Meet me when I’m lying Under the midday sun. Crushing the grasses beneath me With the pressure in my mind. […]

The Way I Am

Not for your Houdini in plastic pyramids, Or your saving graces, grinning sir Damaso, Or your Yamashita, in glittering abyss, Or your Kamasutra, for taming succubi. Not for your ribbons, in a cage-like gift box, Or your automatic, monotonous clappings, Or your dusty heart cross, buried in brainless chest, Or your honey blabber, spare me […]

What is Iridescent Anatomies?

Iridescent Anatomies is a personal project about managing the self through writing and introspective work, and management in general as a bridge between the self and other people. As a medium for managing the self, this website is also an instrument of mine for free expression through poetry and art. Join me as I journey […]

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