Love Doesn't ExistWalking down the empty roadsLove Doesn't Exist2 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
With no one but myself
Wondering why they said I'd be lonely
When I'm not looking for someone to love
But something must be wrong with me
I must be suffering from a horrid disease
Perhaps I am broken
Incapable of even caring
Because people like me don't exist
I'm told I'll find the right person one day
But I don't want to find that person
I have no interest in that part of life
Of course, that can only mean one thing
If I don't find guys attractive
Then I must like girls
But that doesn't seem right
I've stayed up all night wondering what I am
And somehow, I'm not anything
So who am I then
I must be lying to everyone
It's not possible to have never fallen in love
To actually want to be alone
But it's not like I chose this
Because although it should be easier
No one would choose to be like me
I would prefer anything but this
Because to me, love doesn't exist
Fear and FaithBlackest matter pervading my head,Fear and Faith2 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
seizing my limbs as I'm facing the dark,
thoughts unwanted, unheard and unsaid,
discarding thy redemptive salvaging spark.
Shreds of light stroking my mind,
creating a glance into heavenly place,
my childish self, so naive and blind,
thou enlighten for me oh to embrace.
It's the infinite dance, the unending fight,
a game to be lost by the vines of time,
one leads to sorrow, the other to light,
thou are the only to toll the ransoming chime.
Tragic LoveMy blood is red;Tragic Love2 months ago in Free Verse More Like This
my heart is blue.
The only thing I know
can only be you.
If I sleep
will you wake me up?
If I fall
will you give me love?
Wave goodbyeThe stars haven't faded;Wave goodbye1 year ago in Free Verse More Like This
they aren’t yet dead.
They’ll continue to burn
and will never die
until you tear them
from the sky.
End RemembranceEnd Remembrance2 years ago in Historical More Like This
Remembrance Day originates at the end of World War I. The idea is to honor those who died in the line of duty, defending their country from enemies. For all its pompous words and fancy granite memorials littered with colorful flower bouquets, Remembrance Day and others like it have failed miserably in achieving this goal.
I've often been criticized as having no respect, and that can be an impediment when discussing certain topics. However, I am often in luck – hypocrisy deserves no respect. What changed as a result of the enormous sacrifice of those who died in WW1? As the first bombs of WW2 fell just two decades later, millions once again obediently lined up under various pieces of colored cloths to slaughter and be slaughtered. It became obvious that absolutely nothing had changed, and that the millions of WW1 had died in vain.
Most would agree that all that lip service paid to the sacrifice between the two world wars wasn't good enough. To truly honor their sacrifice would be