I know that I do not love you. I don’t even believe that I really actually like you, but… But, oh – You don’t understand… How much I need to be in your arms. How much I need you to touch my hair. How much I need your soft kisses on the nape of [...]
I wanted to see you… to lie in your arms and you promised me with empty words, so I waited and I waited, but all I got was disappointment.
On a summer evening, I watch the spider crawl from the cupboard and scurry across the floor. I watch the roach’s body struggle away from it’s severed head, and I think to myself that must I, too, be plundered by the greater ways of the universe? or will I learn to move with them?
Here are some morbid nature poems: So, the critter crawls onward his journey until he is flattened by a foot. The red ants feast in a frenzy on the marrow of a lizard’s bones. I never understood why the weeping willow wept. Her limbs were strong and deep rooted, her fingers brushed the soft floor, [...]
The pain in the pit of my stomach echoes the hollow hunger of my dormant heart
Boredom settles in my spine, and I begin to slump like a weeping river birch tree
It is, but only a friend from whom I may seek solace from with words unspoken.
The days seem to repeat themselves in a state of derangement, but what does it matter? I can’t change it.
Photo-Writing Challenge VI いつもいつも 私に飛べないことを言った だから自分で翼を作った itsumo itsumo watashi ni tobenaikoto wo itta dakara jibun de tsubasa wo tsukutta They always always told me that I couldn’t fly So I grew wings on my own Link to challenge: Here
What worth to me the seven treasures, So prized and desired by all the world? Furuhi, born of us two, Our love, our dear white pearl, With dawn, with the morning start, Frolicked about the bed with us, standing or sitting; When dusk came with the evening star, He pulled our hands, urged us [...]