Tag: poems

Ties

My happiness is tied to your love Are they not ? The inability to smile inside The impossibility Of you by my side Surely there are ties I guess the question is How long they stretch Before they finally snap

dream dream dream

It has become so frequent that maybe it’s my way of reconnecting back to you, albeit one that is not grounded in reality   I’ve asked if they were dreams, and each time I wanted to believe your words that they aren’t and each time i wake up to find you gone   Have you […]

Crippled

My body is free but crippled nonetheless, entrapped in your absence, my mind retreated, homeless, my heart wandered searching for the way back with no way in sight stranded like a cripple  

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 […]

Poets

Maybe you write to beautify the world but I write to bare my soul as it is as it is   Maybe that’s beautiful too

Light peeks

The light that peeks through my curtains 7pm at the end of its day routine faint and gentle Its golden light forming a line on the wall we used to see the same sunset, though, it will never be the same ever again