I am not perfect - in fact, far from it. Nor am I at all strict - too delicate for it. Yet, not enough to enter heaven's doors, nor worthy enough to walk on your humble floors. Will you forgive me, for everything I can admit to now, freely? I was a ball of fire, … Continue reading Forgive Me
Walk out the door, take my heart with you, while you choose - right or left? I turn back, I look at your empty spot; stark and engulfing. I wonder - right or left? Your right is a great path; one you have treaded for two years, carving your matching initials along the way. She … Continue reading Right or Left?
Your truth broke me, right when the clock hit three. Your truth came back to haunt me, to tell me what could have been. Oh, if only I had been perfect, but I crumble at the sound of the truth. Now you wrap me with open arms, and fill me with quiet strength to hear … Continue reading My Truth
The water passed us freely on a Monday afternoon; the Sun shone on us luminously, and I was with you. Walking together for the last time, talking to one another for the last time; the beginning of the end sealed with a kiss; the first kiss; the last kiss; the only kiss. There, down by … Continue reading By the River Adelaide
I stood before three closed doors, waiting for the jury's answer, yearning to know the outcome; will they give me another chance? I found myself lost, unsure of how I came to be there. I found myself confused, searching for the reason that brought me to them - and love whispered to me, You are … Continue reading And Love Whispered To Me
Before I gave him poetry, I watched his sky turn dark, until I discovered his three stars shining on me. He whispered my name, stepping into my flames, finding pleasure in my surrender. Before I saw his sunrise, I felt his days, I tasted his nights. I lived for him. I lived behind him - … Continue reading Before I Gave Him Poetry