Join UsWith my chains, with my hammerJoin Us2 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
I am waiting for you little taffer
My scream, my laughter
Will frighten you ever after
Only once, look at my eyes
You can see where the death lies
Even If you manage to leave here
You won't be able to get rid of the fear
I don't care why did you come or how
Hurry up, hurry up and JOIN US NOW!
Sweet WilliamSweet William, when you open your eyes to blinding lightsSweet William7 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
And no flowers on your bedside
Can you see us through the glass?
Sweet William, when your ears adjust to the whirring machinery
And no lullaby from the peaks on the LCD
Can you hear us inside the glass?
The hospital sparkles like sun on rocks
With a hard glint, and always cold
And William, you are so fragile all the time
If I gathered you up with my two hands
Would you fall away? Disintegrate?
So I leave you lying there, waiting for your lungs to grow
Dear, Sweet William, why do you cry?
You don't even know how hard life gets
You know nothing of obligations and paychecks
A Note on DrowningI am writing this letter for myself. If you have found this letter, please give it to me. If you find that I lack the will to read, if my mind is gone, if my hands are bloodied, tell me at least, that the song is near its end. If I am dead [indistinguishable]A Note on Drowning1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
[Written in the margin: IF I AM DEAD THROW ME TO THE SEA]
In laying out the bones of my terrors, a solution may be found.
I'll start before the beginning, when Mother took me for walks on the beach and told stories. Together we missed my seafaring father. These are my earliest memories, but I remember things had always been this way. We walked together, and I counted my many steps and