Monthly Archives: October 2019
Crimson twirls—cackles of auburn pierce the night.Sunset faded hours ago,its warmth still burns— Hopeless,Scared, andAlone. These thoughts flicker as I stare into the flame—watching fragmented star light float to the night sky. This and “Locket” were poems I couldn’t record audio for. I think these two particular poems can stand alone.
I wear a special locket,naked to the eye and seen by me.It was worn when I was devoted—devoted to an illustrious dream. The contents remain unknown.Maybe there’s a smile or a little note.Even though I call it my own,I don’t want to risk letting it go. It’s my first ever locket—one I don’t care to […]
Indecisive to the direction I go, You’re like the wind. Taking misguided steps to nowhere, your foot’s in front of the other—going somewhere. Having nothing to offer within these bare branches, you still reach out while standing tall. I feel like I don’t belong. You’re a flower in a misplaced forest. When I’m lost in […]
I’m a marionette,Just a synthetically-laced puppet.Always telling myself,“I’m not a real boy yet.” With four strings to manipulate,It’s pretty hard to distinguish real from fake.My actions–bending at its mercy.Once it wears off—I have myself to blame. I sit there,grasping for air.Waiting to perform,‘till then, I sit and stare It’s my normal,Nothing new—it’s rather cordial.I’m numb […]