His World · Poetry

Heartbreak

Have you ever had your heart broken? Stood with arms outstretched,As love slowly stretched out of sight,Effort-fully reachingFor a love effortlessly straying;Recited silent poems in the vacuum of space hoping that somewhere somehow someone would be listening to your internal whispers and wordless declarations of love? I find myself fervently praying,Hoping to grasp the sands… Continue reading Heartbreak

Poetry

Love?

I could taste the coffee on her lips, The sweetness off her skin, The pleasure of a sin... The devil wrapped with a gold ribbon,

Poetry

She [GBV]

She was always referred to as someone's sister,Her parents' daughter,Her brother's keeper,And yet always wondering who would keep her... Watch your back young sister, your brother is here, go back to your cell, maybe if you wear a long enough dress he won't lay a finger on you, don't forget to cover your ankles and… Continue reading She [GBV]

Diary of a hopeless romantic - short story

Lesson

A lesson she would never learn; not relying on another to be her sunshine. They say we once use to be angels before we got placed in our mothers wombs. Never had they explained that our angelic nature would become like that of a dog with rabies. A lesson she would never learn; allow herself… Continue reading Lesson

Poetry

Indefinite

No one ever tells you that you might just fall out of love, That the butterflies you once felt will suddenly fade, leaving a blank space. No one ever tells you how hard it will be, To keep smiling when he upsets you and forgets about you. No one ever tells you that... Is it… Continue reading Indefinite

Poetry

Hero’s Heart

Silently he admired her, looking at her like he met her in another life time. He's heart wounded by his past life He's soul longing for her love His eyes filled with wonder as he pretends not to be weakened by her smile.   He, frail beyond his own recognition, lays his heart in her… Continue reading Hero’s Heart