Babies crying Women laughing Old men staring at me A void in my heart Sacrosanct silence Impaled by desire Streetlights are fading “I’ll meet you in the dark.” The lady crosses the street She mutters a prayer Crows encircle The lady is dead The babies are dead The women are bald Old men call my […]
Her twisted remorse is caged in a frame Hung in a window of blistering gray Like faces of already forgotten names Fallen like there’s nothing more to say About deeds oblivioned by time and knives And bullets, bloody but blessings disguised For people who care but chose to condemn And live a living lie.
I feel its legs crawl up to my spine Jamming the signals, blurring my head With question marks stinging an innocent neck Gulping intentions with doubtful distaste So this is how time, with all its travesty, Injects me with poisonous anxiety; Drenching my skin, soaking my shirt I am sinking too deep in my ocean […]
If I were to unravel the fabrics of time, I would Weave the blankets We used to cover ourselves In the middle of the night As we cuddle like bears Hibernating Tempering inner wildness Contented with the warmth With the assurance of your touch Never leaving Until the spring wakes us up Wet in the […]
Mine is just another dream Except it is a dream, and everything is not as it is When I try to feel Just as how I feel this feeling When I wake up When it’s just a matter of remembering it But the “it” is not what you think it is When the things are […]
I want to just rip the fabric of space in my feet And jump into where I could silently sleep Free from the rules of reality Humans shaped in desire and conceit A bed besides an alarm clock still With every second ticking at each hour Keeping up with the pace of this mind Crawling […]
Someone told me “Someone told me.” It was an echo Of my most hated desire Maybe it’s the weight of the water When the tears disguise in the shower Maybe it’s the length of the hours When I speak to a shattered mirror But you’ll know about it They will all hear about it Those […]
“Carve me melancholy,” the tree stump muttered In her dying breath When I walked past by Under the fleeting rays of sun Narrating his diary His secret regrets His parting desires But they speak a dead language As dead as my footsteps slowing down Words completely at the mercy Of the passage of my time […]
Gravity Extreme Broken face Bloody floor Iron grip Strands of hair Muffled scream Help Father no Pulled away Bathroom floor Water Drowning boy It’s my fault Goodbye my dear I love you.
We paraded the streets since before recollection Of bullets and knives, of brains we painted Never alone, but with people identical I run with blindfolds chaining my hands A race to wherever the fittest point fingers at Back and for, weary, nothing else to do anyways And to search to destroy this hamster-wheel life Is […]