POEMS

POEMS

You see me, Blurred by your myopic vision. You judge me, With standards of narrow minds. I see your lips drawn downwards, As I try on that dress. But I see the shades darken your eyes, At my naked folds. Shame! Shame! Shame on Me, For I bear...

TORRENT

If the head is sick, The body is sick. The consolation prods Further disease, A trap as it holds us Prisoners, Clutched in the snares Of our own minds, Gallantly picking specks Of sawdust from Our neighbor's eyes, Blinded By the heavy log That resides in ours. The water is contaminated, And we are...
A poem to the boy from yesterday I saw you from across the hallway Eyes covered in dark shades Face hidden by unruly beards You smiled at me and I instantly beamed Then I knew I wanted you. Chastise my heart I did, I quoted every...

Together In Bliss

Yes I did, I dug its sharp edges into my wrist , I felt nothing then; As the blood trickled out, I felt nothing. So I cut deeper, Smiling as the razor digs into my flesh, Now I feel pain.            ...
If the world was different, I would love you with my heart,  not my head. If the world was different, I'd need you for you and not for this game we play. If the world was different, I'd keep you for you and not...
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