A simple alliteration poem that highlights the strength of silence. Because more often than not, actions speak louder than words. And words not spoken are louder than words that are.
Because my cowardice doesn't let me confess that I'm dying of loneliness. So as you turn to look at me and ask me if I'm okay, I will beam and offer the same illusive expression: I'M OKAY.
And I looked up at the night It was no longer grim It was shining bright Along with my grin
Inspired by Clarke Griffin and Bellamy Blake - Fear is evoking the thought a world without you exists. And that it's possible that one day such reality might materialize.
After all we lived together I never would have suspected The simple run to the store would grant me more than I requested There you were
And even as everybody else turned to look at her Her eyes only turned to him Even as they all talked sweet to her Her ears scanned only for the hum of his voice Even as they filled her with roses Her hand clutched only his gift - emptiness Sometimes we choose to pursue a … Continue reading Take A Chance
My days were hell Trying to excavate My way out of that hole Where I was buried Under the pile of dirt You consciously laid But here I am Clean and polished Look at me Really look at me Because you soiled my body Never my spirit My days - never my life My flesh … Continue reading Your Hell
She sticks out a little more than the rest Tight red dress hugs an alluring slim waist Ebony cascades frame a glowing face Golden necklace rests just above a prominent chest With lips painted with the same crimson which invite any male to temptation And eyes adorned with the sky's constellation She is the master … Continue reading Her Name is Heartbreaker