Dark and dingy, hopeless and heartbroken A mass of muscles pumping blood That was shattered. Life had been stopped. Meaningless, resourceless, nonresponsive To every hope, every sunshine The withering away of the soul slowly Like a flower crushed by cruel feet against the cold granite A quick shooing away, a cold goodbye Sufficed to break … Continue reading Black
She walked through the dark corridors Of her past, reflecting on her future Thinking of the dear, dear friend She had crushed on for the entirety of her existence. Born on the same day as her, Older by an hour Better by a mile Hers, always. Running, memorizing the path She chose for herself Of … Continue reading Wandering through the Alleyway.
Darkness set in, old friend, That hour I slighted you Your friends look at me Mocking? Shocked? "You're my Silver Girl, The life of my heart" Heaven is where you are Haven't you known? I only miss your shadows Your heart too loving The flesh and bones of you Too true, too honest, too alive. … Continue reading Your shadow.