I mean I get it Sometimes I want to strangle me too But it’s not that simple You always talk so much So many words thrown around It’s hard to listen to it all I speak but you don’t listen Maybe that’s why it’s hard to hear I can use it I try to the … Continue reading Irrational
What ticks me offIt’s you, it’s you causeSometimes I just wannaAHHHHHHWhen you’re aroundWhen you talkDo you even use itI mean it’s there for a reasonTrain it, teach itFor god sake, USE ITI mean even those who aren’t as adeptCan manage thatBut the matter always reveals itselfSo convenientlyI might addI mean it’s simpleDecisiveDisciplinedAnd yet you continue … Continue reading Rational
“A Wavelength of Love” is a very special poem for me because it addresses the figments of love. It tells of a time where I was so wrapped up in the person that I didn’t realize all of the little things I was missing out on. I only believed the ideals of love were all … Continue reading History Behind “A Wavelength Of Love”
I want to start a collection of poems. I guess it would be a series. Either way they would be similar to Satisfaction, a poem where I personified the word. I have a tendency to give feelings/emotions human attributes, and I figured it may be cool to create a series. Something I've never done before.
You know we'll never understand The thin line between See there's love and there's hate But in the middle There's a path, a fixture, a beam It's a place we're familiar with We know all too well A place where we don't intend to stay Then realize it's always been home We deviate from this … Continue reading Potent
I’ve been thinking about starting a series of poems to go along with my poem Satisfaction. I have a tendency to personify words and it might be cool to create a bunch of living emotions who have thoughts and feelings.
*Sigh* Where do I even start... "Me Forgetting You" is an ode to all the ways I've attempted to forget a person who was, well has been a huge part of my life. More than ten years. I couldn't remove someone with that much intel and experience even if I (or the Men in Black) … Continue reading History Behind “Me Forgetting You”
If I ask you what you like about me after you proclaim that you “like me” and we are talking with the intent to date, none of the following is acceptable: 1.) “You’re cute”. Obviously there was some form of attraction when we agreed to talk. 2.) “You’re funny”. While I’ll admit that I do … Continue reading (Not So) Random Obsessive Thought
Though written in a year of tragedy, it feels more fitting to this year.” He be a fool who kills a child Mentally immoral, physically unbound He who does such deserves no life Take a step backwards and another Slowly into the word that is my knife A man such as this has no soul … Continue reading Everlasting Idiot
I don’t know if I want to be with you And your intentions could be good But while my heart saying second chance My mind screaming we’re through, it’s no good Chances like that I don’t believe in Which means people rarely receive one from me It’s not that I’m being selfish But it’s because … Continue reading Why I Can’t Give A Second Chance