I always liked it here,
Yellowish, white walls.
A large window.
And sound of the birds.
Now everything is a drab
Empty and lonely.
A window like a big, black television
It never says nothing
But sometimes it’s looking
Please do something.
Yellowish walls remained as shadows,
Which lurking on me and skinned my sorrows.
And then there is you,
Bright as a star!
Strong and powerful
But as fragile as a broken heart
Like a black hole
Which sucks the substance of life
And same as that yellow wall,
There is no more room to hide.
The walls are still pushing
To get me down on my knees.
And so and you
But I understand and I see.
That feeling of fist,
Stuck in my gut
Doesn’t really matter,
Want I or not.
We are almost there,
Like dust on the wall
Is it the end?
When someone blows it and we fall.
Box is not yours
Box is not mine.
Box doesn’t decide
Where love to find.
Don’t be a furniture,
Of that yellow wall,
Fallow you hart
And find your shadow and your soul.
She has a beautiful mind,
That like diamond is so rare to find,
It’s her simplicity,
That does attract me like a magnet constantly.
The more distant we are,
The more in love we are,
The more she smiles looking at me,
The more love I feel for her honestly.
She is the one I live for,
She is the one I can die for.
I feel a sort of divine bond with her,
Every time she does appear,
Or if at distance she is,
Not seeing her once is like life’s going to cease.
I don’t know why,
She loves me so much, why?
At times I ask myself gravely,
Am I worthy to be loved by her? Really?
The bond between her and me is unexplainable,
She seems to be my healer, my queen from fable.
'I don't want this life anymore'
A thought she often thought
Left behind, feeling hopeless
Love was easy
Holding onto feeling forgotten
Made even easier
The ache in her heart
The heaviness in her head
As every day began a battle
she fought to keep moving forward,
Knowing that it wasn't forever
The leaving of a lover,
The wait of their return
Over and over,
And repeated again
The life of a Sailor's wife
More glorified than treasured
The cold distance,
Between my fingers;
Where you once sat.
The abyss that grows wider,
As curiosity gets the best of me.
There you are again,
Running in circles,
Sicker than a lab rat.
When was it,
You and I?
Where is the closeness --
That sigh of relief?
The gap widens,
And then I let go.
No longer is there the need --
To sink my fingernails in,
And hold on for dear life.
The abyss will swallow me --
The void of blackness will consume me
And there will be nothing left.
A shell --
Something no longer in existence,
Where I once would have been.
Cunts in Clogs
Queer, and Canned--
Cluck, cluck, cluck
Come on Computers
Dear girls (by Naape B.L)
Your not a tale but a head.
A mother that every baby would wish for.
A girl that every boy would long for.
A sister that every mourning cousin would like to have as a comforter.
A wife that a true man would love forever.
A child that God has forever.
A friend to remember.
A queen in this world but an angel in the next.
A bright future is what you hold in your hands.
And true love is what your heart deserves.
Not even the morning birds can sing better than you do.
And no star in the sky shines brighter than your eyes do.
You're an apple of many eyes, the queen of many hearts and the puzzle of life.
Without you there would be no life, no reason to love and no birth.
The reason why many boys can't sleep at night.
And the reason why many male students graduate, so they can afford you.
Worth beyond price and worthy beyond Oscar.
A treasure to be protected and a glass to be handled with care.
Not even the living waters can stand up to your beauty, for they gasp when you arise.
Eyes tremble when you smile while ships sink when you pull over.
Your nothing but a rightful blessing that can incorporate all the hurt of this world without smashing.
What a blessing you are dear girls...
She met him, they talk all night
He said he loves her
He asked if they can be together
She said “it’s alright”
Time passed by
She fell so deeply in love
She’d given him everything
Yet she never knew the life she’s in
She had lived life having him
Woke up in the morning
Go to bed in the evening
With words of love from him
But then a day came
When everything’s not the same
Her tears just fell down
It hurt, yet reasons were unknown
She wept at night
Lying in bed, listening to the rain outside
Deep inside she wanted to scream
And wished that everything’s just a dream
She’s just seventeen
Shen never knew love until then
Love is cruel, love is painful
It ruined her world once so beautiful
She never knew she’d fallen so deep
She’d dream of him when she sleeps
Still feel the taste of his lips
And all his gentle caress
There’s nothing she can do
But definitely, she already knew
That was how miserable love can be
And to love that way again, she never will be
She couldn’t forget the pain
She still cries every now and then
She still have that feeling deep within
The love she had at seventeen