Le bruit de la pluie,Les voitures, le feu d'artifice,La larmes sur ma fenêtre,Je me sens apaisé,Les réverbères vaciller. J'espère voir une étoile, Je souhaiterai que la pluie s'arrête.Mais, quand elle s'arrêtera, il n'y aura rien d'autre que de laTristesse. Comme ma fenêtre des larmes coulent sur mes joues. Je me sens apaisé,Je ne sens rien.
The faint sound of snoring accompanied by the familiar feeling of disappointment- again he disappears into a world of Pinot Grigio and bitter lemon.I wait for him to wake up,To change and refresh.But the cycle is repeated and the alcohol takes his hand,Pointing a blaming finger to the wrong person- control.It is not wrong.As in … Continue reading 3:54 am
Lost sharp edges,Smoked mirrors of Elysian,Dionysus cries as I act my part,Silent words spoken through a trail of thoughts- not word of mouth.Forbidden longing of false hopes,Apple-bitten looks that are thrown around-thrown out, thrown forward.Such tormented sighs of tears,Blue soul of tinny pianos,Messages passed between two people- personal strands of a future, past and present.Two … Continue reading The Final Act
Rusted alcohol, I resist the dark, I resist the calls of Sweet nectar flowing from My veins. Salted tears, Into my numb blades, Thick with skin and the Promise to forget about My desire. Dulled mornings, I scream through the cycle And fall into a deep abyss of sleep, As icy urges of a sharp … Continue reading Screaming in Circles
Grey skies could be seen,A constant tapping of rain heard.My cold winter hands placed blue notes,Unfeeling cries andDead shivers in my chest.My buried pills andRusted blood were forgotten,A constant racing heartbeat heard,My emotionless finale.How blind I was when theDullness consumed me.Only touch allowed me to see the cold,How naive I was to think my endWas … Continue reading My Wednesday
I forced my lips to open, And utter a word I feared. I heard myself speak And yet as I looked into your eyes, I knew that my heart did not feel What I had uttered. And as my feet stayed firmly planted on the floor, I realised I could not turn away From those … Continue reading Goodbye