Tag: life

The Faded Body

The lover watched, as the lifeless body hung, upside down and fading into a deep, dark, dull red   It used to be full of life, imbued with a love greater than itself, perhaps a burden too much for it to bear   And one might argue, that the presence remains, even if the life […]

Pixel Love

This sadness is a dot in our lives As a pixel would be in an image Nothing but a mere passing, of a point in our long life   A moment we might recall in years to come But we live in the moment And a moment can be amplified Engulfing our very selves   […]

Kintsugi

Amalgamation transcends original the broken cups and the broken bowls put together with tender love and a golden joint that breathes life once broken now anew   What of things too broken to be pieced back part by part do we now find the beauty in the broken as aesthetic   Perhaps we have to declare the death of […]

Contradictions

  Someone once said that to live is to die and that if we brace ourselves to die, we might live again   Another said that to love I must learn to let go so that we might love again   It sounds counter intuitive But i’m starting to see the grand flow of life so eloquently described […]

Forgive and Forget

It just occured to me that if I was forgiven The final reason why she still remembers me would be gone   If forgiving me means to forget me Should I be forgiven at all? If being forgiven erases the final traces of our time spent together Then let me be guilty all my life

What I would give

I would give my life for a final moment with you like the day we first locked lips and sealed a moment in time   Just like the blooming of the Epiphyllum whose life was meant for that moment The beginning and the end of beauty forever etched in time and space  

No Contact

  The struggles of not contacting her Endless insecurities and endless what ifs What if she didn’t even realise my absence and what if she started seeing someone else What if she realises that it was nice, a life without me What if the what ifs never end?   Still i hang on tight, for I […]