The Sunshine of SummerIn the sunshine of summer lay a boy and a girl. He spoke Japanese and she drew faeries. He had inky fingers and she had paint gloves. He ate sunshine and opshops, she ate zombies and pencils. He liked exploring while sleeping and she liked sleeping while exploring. He wanted a tattoo and she wanted inspiration. He was a tornado of words and clothes; she was a hurricane of pictures and safety pins. He wrote romance and she drew apocalypse. He wanted what he wrote and she wanted artistic profit. He didn't know her but she seemed friendly. She didn't know him but he was crazy. He got his hopes crushed and she got creative. He felt hollow and she felt mysterious. He wanted freedom and she already had it. He smelt phobias and she smelt memories.The Sunshine of Summer4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
One Way MirrorCan you see me now?One Way Mirror4 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
I wish I were awake
Instead of walking with closed eyes.
Voices are a headache I can't kill.
Quicksand swallow me whole,
And swallow me slow
Incase someone actually blinks.
A blank face in the background.
Somebody, please notice me.
BeyondBeyond the torment and the terrorBeyond4 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
The heartache and the hope
Tears flow like sweet sugar
The empty minds and hollow stomachs
Are becoming too familiar for this autumn
Let the winds blow them away
Blizzards of pain and falseness
Like a slinky that slinks down future stairs
It was easier in the dream
Reality hits with a laugh of truth
But now I notice you constantly
What will I find beyond?