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Melancholia

the night grows on as minutes burn to hours I lie in my bed curled in the sheets that was once ours ♥ the matted off-white blanket the stains on the pillows remind me just how inconsolably incomplete I am... Continue Reading →

Never Better

the trams rush by and people crawl away the crowded streets feel suffocated a blast of smoke erupts from a bike’s rear end and the dried leaves  licking dust slither away under the scorching sun a desolate urchin  bored of... Continue Reading →

Wordseduction

A paroxysm to sire. A wanderlust, a desire. Soledad, I come home. Wish for a glass of Merlot and dream of Rome ♥ Following my mind, you pull me close ‘Leave behind the mires’, you urge me so.  ♥ In the... Continue Reading →

Cataclysm

scarred by your words the insolence of your allegations coarse and obscene have mercilessly annihilated all of me how heartless blew apart the love and the likes a stream of dislikes the insults and the strikes to put up with... Continue Reading →

Blue

Blue is the day so is the air I breathe the sky I look at reflects how I feel ♥ Blue is my heart and the blood in my veins  so is the sea that hides what lies far away ~~~~~... Continue Reading →

Tangerine

When she got married, her mother spent sleepless nights. Oblivion engulfed her mornings, tea went cold each time, cups were returned to the kitchen counter, unbelievably from a tea-addict like her. ♥ Her favorite dishes, sweet and sour, left untouched... Continue Reading →

If We Ever Meet Again

On restless evenings, filled with utter hopelessness, Lying sprawled under the ceiling, weaving mindless fantasies. I wish for the hundredth time, that we crossed paths, someday. And also curious, that if we ever met again, what would it be like?... Continue Reading →

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