Misery loved company Until company left of course For some never thing, for some more modern pain Then misery met alone Misery loved alone Alone fed Misery like no grandma could Alone made Misery big and bound to her Misery never knew that it could be loved like alone loved him. And Alone never knew… Continue reading Misery Loves…; a poem
I didn’t realize I was dying until I saw you living. And how dare you live in this world. A world without me. A world filled with dying things.
I made these structures for the sake of sanity I built things to pretend you were something else that you weren’t you but lies never stand in my head. I turned into a liar for you. Betrayed my own mind Ain’t that the kicker became traitor to sanity for sanity’s sake. and built these walls… Continue reading Structures; a poem
Haiku is for the soul
We were dangerous We were harmful love letters Lovers left unread
We fall in love with these boys. How could we not fall in love with these broad backed boys? How do we love broad backed boys who turn into tree men. These tree men that let their branches beg the ground for something but their backs were straight Straight tree trunk pride makes their backs… Continue reading Willow Tree Men; a poem
I asked you to stay Make a call, write a letter you left anyways