• Poetry

    Deceit

    I felt depleted professing this love every day I desired to be the good man for you in every way But now, I’m not just cut out for this Not anymore, my soul is too feeble for all this risk I can’t trust the love you offered me without deceit Yes, deceit is what you’ve been offering And I’m a little child left in the hands of suffering That love that I used to be so crazy about Is suddenly growing weary and sailing away to the south. Where is our love? God,Rest its soul! How could I ressurect a broken heart? Over! Never!! I won’t let my world to…

  • Poetry

    Damn you

      Damn You! What have I done to deserve you? You cut me deep with a blunt knife and you left my wound wide open You pushed me to fall to the wayside like stickmen toppled by a hurricane. You made my heart homeless like tsunami victims Damn you! What have I done to deserve you? You made me weep like a child thirsty of breast milk You caused me to growl like a wounded lion stricken by the hunters spear You pulverised me like peppers in the throat of a grinding machine You flushed my shattered pieces down your toilet to swim in the midst of your feces Damn…

  • Poetry

    Lies No Truth, In Lies

      Lies No Truth In Lies. Heard of the tale, Of the doll that grew? A trek down google, Could put you in the know! There lies no truth In a lie at all; ‘cause a lie, is a lie, Is a lie: just as a lie. You could paint it, Or garnish it in a pastel’s Hue; or call it white, Innocent or constructive. You could bury the truth, In the sands or darker tombs. But let the wise-ing know- Buried things rear heads. Hide it in religious cloaks, Pass it by idea’s caravans, Swear it by your oath, But does that change a thing? There is no just…

  • Poetry

    Legend

    The blacksmith’s boy went out with a rifle and a black dog running behind. Cobwebs snatched at his feet, rivers hindered him, thorn branches caught at his eyes to make him blind and the sky turned into an unlucky opal, but he didn’t mind. I can break branches, I can swim rivers, I can stare out any spider I meet, said he to his dog and his rifle. The blacksmith’s boy went over the paddocks with his old black hat on his head. Mountains jumped in his way, rocks rolled down on him, and the old crow cried, You’ll soon be dead. And the rain came down like mattocks. But…

  • Poetry

    Very faint ideas

    We All Have Very Faint Ideas! We all don’t really know Of figures we could embrace, If we could dearly spread our arms. We all would never tell the places we could reach, If we could simply make the move. We all don’t have a clue of songs we could sing, If we could softly raise our voices. We all don’t really know the tales we would tell, If we could justly craft the words. We all would never tell of visions we could see, If we could daringly raise our eyes. We all don’t have a clues The much we could love, If we could caringly use the heart.…

  • Poetry

    RAINBOW

    Rainbow.. Like the fall of the new rain on a sandy land, Your footsteps solemnize on my mind, Thumping every part of my aching heart, Your true love solely sat. .. Bustling like the old Northern wind, My eyes with a promise rescind, Telling my mind you have to look back, At the sight I so much wanted, the one I lack. .. Gearing each day to see your pretty face, Dreaming of you each and every day, My mind, so restless became too loving, Waiting to hear your voice, your talking. .. First day we spoke, first day we kissed, The meals together and the dates we missed, All…

  • Poetry

    Heartbreak

              I have been crying for so long but I have never been sick, Hot liquid continually stroll down my cheek, Everyone sees me in a state of delirium. I’m derailing off the healthy lane to your asylum. I am a weeping spring over your forlorn footprints, I dream all over again of our love stints, I have gone far and wide, I have lost my stallion to the cupid to ride. But none satisfy the quench of my heart, No one seems to care as much as you had done like that. I saw you deep in my dreams, I saw you when my mind…