Tag: poems

Poison

I guess my concern could be your poison   My love could be your fear   And my absence… could be your solace

Craters

Are you in pain? With all the holes and craters Embedded in your Body   You look perfect As we have always known you And we forget that which shaped you The way you are   We forget That you might still hurt Are you ok? My dear moon

Remember

Would you remember years later how I gently stroked your hair as you lie on my lap and gazed into your gentle eyes whenever our eyes met or the time we kissed in a world we carved out amongst the crowd   Would you remember how you were the center of my world and how […]

People come and go but you stayed

I wish the title was true in a literal sense, but you are gone, at least physically   People come and go taking bits and pieces but no matter   You came and you left as others did but you broke into a million shards inside me It is impossible to come unstuck   It […]

Traces

I desperately leave traces on the internet and even though I never reveal my name, a knowing eye would read between the lines I secretly wish they would lead you to me    

Beautifully sad

Why do we often find beauty in sadness? Do we find humanity amid all the pain and suffering? Does it remind us that we feel, that we are mere mortals with flesh and blood? Perhaps it is a way of saying that “hey it’s ok”, we don’t have to be strong all the time.

I wish you would get drunk

I wish you would get drunk Cause that’s the only time when your guard seems to be down and be open to the idea of me   I can at least hear from you, maybe, and know how you truly feel, though it will be gone like the alcohol in your blood   Or maybe […]