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Takmeyalan te Tsu'erak 'Ewfwefpìkxap'itan:
Yeah.  ;D Here you go.

Shy and hiding from you
I’ve always loved you
Noticed your face: the fairest
Iteration and death of sadness
I approached you from afar
You’re on a plinth already
No one in voluntary family
It’s hard to speak because, you see
Pale moonlight scatters
On the water glistening
Your eyes of diamonds
Move me as a string
Low light makes the setting
And the whispering, foaming waves
The breathing wind is blowing
Your hair is shining its way

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They could always back away
From what you weren’t supposed to say
Didn’t believe you’d see the day
Someone would love you either way
Now that I know the truth and I
Still can’t believe my sorry eyes
Were blessed when you arrived so
Pristine but full of lie
Will you wrap me in your arms again
See the truth, hear it from within
I want to feel that stupid grin
Crawling, makes me blush again
I’ll never let you go I swear
The warmth of short black hair
My ego starts to get a glare
You say that’s part of my flair
You say you keep your head down
You say you smile but I see a frown
You say you’re always under a cloud
You say you’re cursed but I see a crown
You say you’re mentally insane
You say your life is split in twain
I see you go for in-betweens
Not something to take lightly

Takmeyalan te Tsu'erak 'Ewfwefpìkxap'itan:
 I never was very social
I’d never been likely to win your heart
I thought I’d die alone and old
They’ll never see how perfect you are.
I’m shy, nervous, depressed
Your girlf(r)iend made me want to hurl
I’m scarred and self-defeatist
The world sucks and it’s all my fault
I’ve lied to you about all the times I’ve cried
I just kept it all inside
There’s a theme in my personality
I never was who I wanted to be.
I have a world to which I retreat
A fair woman waits there for me
She loves me more than she loves her family
And I didn’t know it could be that way
Your mother’s never home
For more that an hour
You’re never alone
Even when I’m not there.
Thinking now, she doesn’t matter
Lost, lived, and loved, preferring the latter

Takmeyalan te Tsu'erak 'Ewfwefpìkxap'itan:
Would you mind
Tearing me apart
I don’t hate you
But let’s make it so hard
I never wanted you
I never loved you
I never hated you
But I still cannot stand you
Why won’t you leave me alone?
I can’t take back what I said
What we did can never be undone
I never asked you for this
----You scream at me that you want to die
Your stupid tears were over me?
You tell me I’m ugly but with half an eye
Are you saying you can finally see?
The hardest part of walking away
Was hearing pain I made through the door
I nearly fell off the stairs that day
I swear I will never bleed for you anymore.
----I need to get away
My life’s much better than this
Maybe I’ll just leave the country
Start again with all my bruises
I loved hearing you
Scream that you needed me to go
I just hated being by your side
But the pain had me begging for more
I never stopped thinking about my past
Present and future looking back at me
You whine that I moved on too fast
Well that’s cuz you’re freakin crazy
---- You scream at me that you want to die
Your stupid tears were over me?
You tell me I’m ugly but with half an eye
Are you saying you can finally see?
The hardest part of walking away
Was hearing pain I made through the door
I nearly fell off the stairs that day
I swear I will not bleed for you anymore.

Numeyu92:
Thanksgiving Day

A hue of orange, yellow, and red now fall
Soon the trees are bare naked of their leaves
men are freezing outside while playing ball
it's time to wear jackets and long sleeves
 
pumpkin spice, nutmeg, stuffing, and turkey
fill the warm home with  delectable scents
and makes snacks disappear like deer jerky
tables filled to feed an army's content
 
bellies stuffed, ads replace food on the tables
family inspect black Friday deals for gifts
discovering great presents in labels
at night, women dream of shopping for thrifts
 
Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful
Cherish the blessings and be grateful

Numeyu92:
Running

Her mane whips in the wind, her tail propped up, galloping towards the never-ending sky. I ride upon the bare back of a chestnut horse. I call her Spirit because she is as stubborn and wild as my own. As for me, I do not know where I’m going but I don’t really care: I just want to go as far as I can, reaching, no breaking the limit. So we ride into the valley, making our way towards the ever- darkening horizon. Tonight, we shall keep going, but in a silent trot as we look upon the vast array of stars. Thundering back to the ground and back into reality, we break into a fierce gallop as we race into the wind. My senses have come to there fullest as i finally realize the simple fact that I cannot run forever. I’m going nowhere and gaining nothing. Every moment I have spent, I have spent in love, a love that cannot be found anywhere else on earth. I cannot leave, this is my home, this is where I take my stand, and this is where I choose to live my life to fullest.

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