CrispTell me you love me
the way you love the sky when it rains.
Would that be a lie?
Then move on, move away,
let my clouds thunder
and my blood pour,
I am sick of this weather
but I'm even more sick of you;
diseased with a molding horizon
dancing along my hips,
I am ready for winter
so let it snow, bitch.
Lost to The Penumbra.One glaring shimmerMore Like This
reflected by old and tireless eyes,
had given way to one glassy tear.
To that of the beholder
One had never known of such magnificence
and had wept appropriately on this rare occasion.
Those who once knew
but, now share this affliction,
know but a fraction of its mellon collie.
And are only reminded of their own bitter loss.
Those who are fortunate to remain certain.
Bow their heads in woe....
...and in fear.
Only one, whom from birth woke with uneventful eyes,
may dare to face such searing brilliance.
Is able to face such horror and amazement
and know nothing of its threatening splendour.
If only One was so worthy
For its very mystery
is far too perilous to gaze upon.
HaterI am Hated, So why fear?More Like This
To save myself the torments of
Persecution, ridicule and
I speak truth, foolish ears
Will discount my wisdom
For noise, that travel side them
Unwelcomed and despised
My conscious is left unharmed
By the blasphemies and
Gossips that loved to frolick
Amongst the wind
For every ear,
Eager for the lies
Of the truth
And when they grow tired
They will rid of my existance
No longer to hear my words
Nothing if physical means
Will irate their 'Absolute minds'
Low and behold!
'Fore my last breath is used
The head-filled of my teachings
Will spread like wild fire
Generations to come
Will know, every bit of me
Portraits willl be praised
My name known and powerful
As well as loved
Fools will deject one's wits
They've no possesion of
Until, finally one recognizes
It and all its treasures
I am hated but, My mind rests easy
DealHabit over a lfeMore Like This
Many willing to pay
To feed the hunger
Stowing the pain
Costs so cheap
To its true full price
Effecting as ice
The takeover slow
Yet ever rapidly
Til one notices
Your feet's disibility
Leave is a struggle
Abandoned out the
For every which way
Is the same direction
Mind set in stone
Attached like skin
Is always filled in
All the hands
To be lent
Has the touch
Wants of alone
Wail out a sore throat
And tear stained face
Sinks her own boat
Wants of need
Are smothered and exempted
Such thoughts should never
As the story goes
It'll probably end sad
Living the life they wish
They never had
Only thing to do is mourn
And move on
No point spending time in
Something already gone
From the start
Can anybody hear me?Can anybody hear me?More Like This
The silence is so deafening
Why do you feel so far away
The darkness seems to be surrounding me
and I'm barely hanging on
I know your here with me
but it seems so hard to believe.
Can anybody hear me?
The silence is so deafening
Why do you feel so far away
Believing what I can't see is hard
especially when the walls are closing in.
Can anybody hear me?
The silence seem so deafening
Why do you feel so far away
but I'm hold on to your word,
because you never failed me before.
I know you can hear me!
even when the silence is deafening
though you seem so far away
your here with me
But I need the faith to see,
nothing can seperate me from your love...
Whale Songs of the PacificListen, the girls swallowed by whales are the ones that grow up lucky.More Like This
Listen, no one will warn you about the little boys with the magpie eyes and the fists swinging splinters of glass. No one will warn you that their smiles are sweeter than their words are sweeter than their souls are sweeter than their intentions. No one will warn you of the sheer weight of the world.
Listen, sometimes girls are fragile. Sometimes girls are frothy. Sometimes girls let boys nuzzle "I love you"s into their necks and sometimes girls drink the wine of believing them.
Listen, sometimes the boys really are sweet, and little girls' tart puckered mouths can't taste the difference.
Listen, writers are the ones that drip fishhooks down their throats to coax out their hearts. Writers are the ones who fling those heart-hooks into the sea even if they have a message but not a bottle. Listen, sometimes fish swallow them. Some of those fish sink to the bottom of the ocean with the weight of the world in those heart
Mommy MommyMommy mommyMore Like This
Look at me
See what all I can be
Aren't you wowed
What can I do to make you proud
Please get out of bed
I'm tired mistaking you to be dead
Please don't cry
You and step daddy don't have to say good bye
Did I do good
I did the best that I could
I didn't mean to make you part
And make step daddy break your heart
No need for shame
I will take all the blame
Please don't date
It really is something that I hate
Don't leave me again
Can't you see I'm in so much pain
Please come back
Your heart has turned black
I don't want to watch the young one
Can't the dates be completely over and done
Are you even my mom anymore
Because you just seem like an uncaring whore
I hope you're happy
Because you've lost me
I Can't Devour You, Not YetI Can't Devour You, Not Yet:More Like This
I long to taste the sweetness of your flesh,
To roll your meat between my tongue and teeth.
So many times have I come - so close -
To taking that first bite from your neck.
Yet, there is something about you,
A scent perhaps or a sickly sap.
It turns bitter upon my tongue,
Poisoning it; I am left unable to eat...
Much like the caterpillar, covered in spines,
Each bite would spew only bitter venom -
Numbing my senses and dulling the mind;
It would leave me naught but a gormless wreck!
Even so, despite me knowing of the repugnant taste,
I am drawn toward you, like a moth to the flame.
May my wings crumble in the heart of the fire -
& body be turned to dust and ash...
If only for the chance to feast once more!
Ah, my dear - I will have you.
& on that day it will be so sweet.
But for now - I'm afraid that -
I must leave this as a mere - tantalizing - fantasy...
-Chen Yuan Wen, 12th December 2012
RosesYou love too much, I am told by a man with a briar heart, thorny sinews and collapsed ventricles bearing down on him, hardly beating in his tight chest. He looks at me with flat, slate eyes, chipping and eroding. His hands are dark with cigarette burns and rough with calluses; I feel them on my shoulders as he looks down at me, face collapsing in at his eyes like a dead man's.More Like This
For the first time, I realize he is dead. His briar heart dried up when winter killed his rose; my father, he is all thorns.
He squeezes my shoulders, too tight. You look like your mother, you know, he whispers, eyes shifting to the garden, to the yellow rose I planted for her. It is a rambler, sending shoots to the sky that sink back down. We never gave it a trellis. I loved her too much. And there are tears in his eyes, wet, heavy things that slip down his cheeks and on to the grass below us.
I don't know what to say, so I think of the rose, of her. I think that I'd like to send this
GDD Contest: To tell a story - 5 days left!More Like This
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Traditional art techniquesTraditional art techniques IMore Like This
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1. Drawing media
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To MeltHush,More Like This
of heart beats-
an awkward, painful
fluttering like heavy snowflakes
struggling to stay afloat in the empty expanse of somber sky
fearing, not the iniquitous fall from grace, but the scolding caress of the torrid earth below.
Sonnet XXIX: An endingThe world bent towards the end I would have writtenMore Like This
then like a harp-string snapped—the twisted threads
unwound, and all sprung back to what we had been
now I am gutted—and you, I think, are dead.
What use are harps when vaunting horns of silver
proclaim the world has ended; what for me
is left amongst the ruin and raging rivers
of blood and ash, and every tie cut free?
And yet—when your song wound through empty halls
and through your melodies all was reclaimed
I loved it then; that strain; its dying fall--
but tunes are lost, and only words remain.
Yes, only words remain. I cannot write
the wonder in your song—the world alight.
And then, a quiet explosionTrees, full of green vitality, swayed, shivered in the cool, early morning breeze. Butterflies floated, caressed flowers of all colours. Birds, they soared, danced and sung in the heavens. And below, hand in hand, the pair walked up a grassy hill without saying a word. None were needed. A non-awkward silence, smiles and laughs, were more than enough, precious. Time together, with their black and tan dog, full of heart, sniffing, playing, exploring about their feet – perfect.More Like This
The three reached the summit, sat, close, bathed in the warmth of each other’s love and followed the sun’s birth into a crystal clear sky, washing the world with yellows, oranges and reds, with life. They embraced, tightly, with affection, friendship, and with wide eyes, in the distance, saw a star, pure, white, burst into the atmosphere. For seconds, to the Earth's concerto, it fell beautiful, terrible.
The dog barked.
The pair kissed.
And then, a quiet explosion.
A blinding light.
Letters to all the people I have kissedi. RobMore Like This
I expected a knight in shining armour but you were
just a boy, just a boy.
you flirted and you teased and you kissed me
at midnight on new year’s eve and set the tone
for that whole god-forsaken year.
I could taste lies on your tongue and doubt in your fingers;
you said you were a taurus but you were gemini all over.
friends shouldn’t kiss in the kitchen and
friends shouldn’t drink gin together and
friends shouldn’t cry, drunk on misery, and
friends shouldn’t break another friend’s heart and
I’m still sorry.
I expected just a boy but you were
a knight in shining armour, silver to the pretty
ivory teeth, who was looking for a damsel and found
only don quixote, tilting at windmills and refusing
to be saved.
we were drunk and you were more beautiful
under the harsh car park lights than I had noticed before
and you were mid-sentence and I was mid-hiccup and
we still laugh about it now.
Skies over San AngeloThere is something about youMore Like This
I've never been able to capture in word or form;
an alluring resonance in the sadness
hidden behind your piercing blue eyes,
some immeasurable substance
caught in the dulcimer tune of your voice,
that tugs on my heartstrings
like a sea-eyed starlet pruning her melody from a harp:
A white velvet hurricane in a black satin dress
with hammers for hands and a stained glass smile,
the kind of beauty the moonlight clings to
and follows around at night;
Calypso's golden daughter-
a silver dagger in place of her tongue
and a smile pieced together from a leftover sunrise;
A sidewalk flower with the might of an oak
the tender heart of a lamb,
and all the bewildering mystery of Minerva..
The kind of Woman you see standing next to the ocean
and wonder which of them is more vast.
You once kissed me on my temple
and five years later I still swoon at the thought-
lost in the memory of silken tendrils of hair
tickling the skin of my cheek,
and the sweet smelling breeze you
48You kiss herMore Like This
and the cerise moon
the stars they
burn your eyes
and your tongue twists
in her mouth
into a final lie
( the dreamcatcher, catches fire)
genomei took my tuberculosis pills,More Like This
assembled my blue body to
i, the manic-depressive,
i cracked the metacarpals,
spat in river styx just the way
humani(ties) me to the
fractured knee cap, the
kids cut through the middlewhen you spend a summer somewhereMore Like This
where people squirrel away their
ugly children, it's hard not to notice
the subtle strain of the truth
on certain smarter faces,
or the absolute oblivion
in certain spinning eyes
and stumbling legs.
i met a girl named K,
with ankles like a deer and a voice
loud like noise and swampy like a swamp.
she liked orange foods and big words and
her hands shook like the girls in jazz class.
K clicked her tongue between words sometimes
but nobody ever mentioned it. her socks
were alphabetized. she carried a comb in her back pocket
but only 'cause she needed it, she said.
her hair was turning to snow and falling out,
she said. 'cause she pulled at it too much, she said.
she said other things, too, but i promised
never to write them. i promised not to tell
the bad things she'd done, the boy who kept her in, in, in.
she made bracelets of awful words at night and kept them
under her bed. she did it maybe so that even worse things wouldn't go bad.
open my eyesdead summer holdsMore Like This
an afternoon heat haunt
ghost in my periphery,
chin to shoulder
to glimpse and--
left so soon?
or only the billowing
white curtain cotton
reaching into sunlit room
close, dying stars
have such long
Circus of Fleeting BreathI worshiped you,More Like This
Madly thrumming against the walls.
You looked past me,
Unaffected by my broken rhythm.
You summoned darkness to surround me
In my naivete, strangling the light
To mock my vain attempts
At earning your attention,
But, in striking contrast to my flailing limbs
Drumming out my desperation
Against your cold stone,
You did not move.
Dance. Dance. Dance with me--
The repetition of my futility.
You wouldn't even do me the honor
Of holding me at arm's length.
Mesmerized by my disjointed movements,
As random nerve endings fired.
They saw only my self-destructing.
You were the constant--
So constant that, to them,
You became the scenery
Unnoticed by my motion.
They didn’t know the reason
For my dissonant beating against the concrete;
Trying to change what is certain,
But I was their little circus of fleeting breath.
They, too happy to observe
The funny sight that didn't concern them,
Would not bestow the gift of death,
And so, I danced.
partly used partsI met up with this Russian girl at a local Mediterranean place and while she was slipping hummus covered pita bread past her red apple lips, I was thinking of the life we would have.More Like This
How she would keep me up with what she would dub “anti-folk” music which was really odd vocals and off-sync piano accompaniment. She would be loud, in her laughter, in her smile, in her fucking, in her love for me but insecurities would tip-toe in and out while we were spooning.
She would whisper for me to call her “dorogaya moya” and she would call me “krasavchik”.
She would have grown up listening to classical music and famous Russian bards like Vladimir Vysotsky but she would concede to liking my very Independent “American” songs I would write endlessly for her.
Her silliness would be the most endearing thing to me, how she would ask if they would make a statue of us and how she would sing so earnestly about meatballs in refrigerators but her serious side
A Gypsy's TravelsI assigned myself a visionMore Like This
and resigned myself to a gypsy's travels.
I wandered the precincts
pawning my trinkets for change
instead of cash, collecting experiences
the hue of a prophet's intuition,
a pallet full of perfect memories
painted across the landscape.
I ignited ideas as incense
as I read my lucky cards by candlelight,
melted wax poured out as libation
to the pathways my feet have etched out.
stretching staccatoswait there or run to meMore Like This
stand still or come to me--
your mind is a china cup
and my hands are shaking
as they have since I was young.
these teeth chatter till my head splits
open spilling bottomless love into dreams
to seep out of the faults in figments, reality;
it will mend you. I promise
it will fix you up
give me time to steady sta-sta
in the meantimethe sunMore Like This
following the moon--
a harsh mistress
pale-lighting an animal farm of mice and men
run by a god of small things;
and their eyes were watching god,
the beautiful and damned,
as he seared a thousand splendid suns
into a blank bluest-eyed sky
dyed then set to soak in the ink of night.
these faults in our stars burn holes into homemade
wish-propelled sails as we seam along a crack in the line
of time believing we are the wild things
we are only leaves of grass--
here lies the infinite jest.
the modern day runawayher distant memoriesMore Like This
gave way to dreams of
blurred birds and
of grass touching
bare skin of hesitant
soft-step foot paths through
insecurity creeps as hidden
snakes, only the rustling heard
only a forgotten gasp heard
by her sleeping partner
and in the morning
she retreats to the chill of
insulated rooms and the ac drip;
she falls asleep,
this time, to the
cubicle shrill phone ring
and she dreams
nonsensefake and fineMore Like This
the fucking farce--
is fancied philosophy
for fatherless fools.
Fragile--FFM Day 7Lindsey Stirling blared from my ear buds and I bobbed my head, furrowing my brow. My hand was shoved deep into my purse, searching for my keys. Instead, I found receipts from the Stone Age, a collection of seashells from last year's vacation, and enough pepper spray to blind at least twenty bears.More Like This
Frustrated, I dumped my portable landfill on the welcome mat; lipstick tubes and loose change bounced across the wood and disappeared, lost beneath the porch. Spreading objects out with my hands, I sighed. No keys. "Damn it all to Hell and back ag--"
Glancing up, the box near my door caught my eye. Wrapped with neon-colored paper, a large skull-and-crossbones bow held a handwritten "FRAGILE" note in place. The colors were garish, clashing with the ivory siding.
Wrinkling my nose, I pulled the package toward me, keys forgotten. The paper was slick, slipping against the pads of my fingertips like silk. Examining the box, I flipped the "FRAGILE" note over--and gasped.
Yanking the ear
Empty insideDead emotions inside a body still aliveMore Like This
Life goes on, without something for which to strive
There are no strings left of my imagination
No more journeys into worlds of my creation
Life turns out to be empty and dull
Or that's how it seems inside my skull
It tries to get in and it freely can
But inside it doesn't stumble upon a man
Only an empty hull is left of me
Although my eyes can still see
and my ears still hear sound
my thoughts lack stable ground
EyesThey told me not to look,More Like This
But I always do.
I can't help it you know?
Their eyes are so beautiful...
Each one shines with a colour from the rainbow.
Some are green, some are blue.
You might even find a set of gold amongst the lot.
Some of them shine like pearls,
Others twinkle like stars in the sky.
Each one holds a fragile soul,
Each one has its own sense of depth.
And so, I always end up looking into their eyes...
Right before I blink mine and I firmly squeeze the trigger...
UntitledFor the record,More Like This
God stopped visiting me
I can’t recall how long it’s been
Only that it has been
Something like a second birth
Not so virgin
Not exactly merry
But it happened
For what that’s worth
I noticed my guilt
Took largely to the idea
That somehow it was I
who drove Him away
I also took careful
thorough notes of how absolutely
Amazing it felt
not to care if Hell became Home
Or if I was worth
the extra space I’d take up
Confusing as it was
To have all these granted answers,
given by innocent-blind-eyed sheep
become doubting questions
Whispered through the cracks in my
mind’s borrowed jurisdiction
window-pane snake eyes
who believed God was a gamble
And a down right political lie,
What luck (rotten or otherwise)
To have been split by two dots
floating like fleas
A choice on each face
of each Di
An Evening StrollOh, evening stroll, welcome againMore Like This
A friend here to relax and to mend
As I drift my way into the meadow
Thoughts of the love I left a widow
The moonlit grass passes through my feet
I imagine lost comfort of skin met breeze
The nightly rain will was my sorrow
To be fresh again as I face tomorrow
To the house I built years before
Lived in by children I built it for
A forest home lost in isolation
Now I haunt in their condemnation
I creep into their room
As they climb into bed
I slip through the walls
Though I am visible
Pale white and devastated
Screaming in terror and shock
My children fear me!
Oh, evening stroll, take me again
Lose me once more in river's bend
The water is where I now nest
My family can continue their rest
She Was With the StarsThe amber girlMore Like This
was preserved perfectly
and her silky hair and porcelain skin
gleamed like a doll's
But the scientists weren't able to keep
her soul burning
because though she was in the
glass case filled with chemicals and fluids
and they were desperately trying to pump
oxygen into her lungs,
her mind was still up in space
with the stars
So the sun was extinguished
despite the cries and mournful screams
because they had
and the many who looked up
at her light and glory
slowly began to rot away
And so not a single thing was solved
ExcelI would like to have somethingMore Like This
in which I excel
I would like to have something
that would drop your jaw
I would like to have something
that stops people in their track
I would like to have something
in which I'm special
I would like to have something
that everyone does.
'Friends'Hear the words he says,More Like This
can you hear the pause
every time he says "dad"?
He may never miss him again
after he now must miss him
until his own last day has come.
His father was his best friend,
but that friend is gone forever
after his 'friends' came along.
'Friends' he never sees again
after his best friend is gone
Left behind, bleeding cold.
Unhearable wordsThe words nobody wants to hearMore Like This
No matter how they are spoken
Be it quick to get it over with
or be it slow to soften the blow
The look on the person's face
hits sooner than words themselves
your mind spins away in horror
of what you are about to hear
Lips open, a deep breath
a sigh that has no end
"I am sorry to say this
and I'm sorry for your loss"
EmptyEmpty words from an empty heartMore Like This
words pass through ears
their meaning not heard
Empty words from a crowded mind
thoughts stay inside
their meaning not said
Empty words from a thoughtless soul
feelings buried deep
not felt for a long time
Empty words from an empty heart
Empty deep inside
means empty outside
The Cycle of PassionNever knowing eyes never did haunt usMore Like This
’Tis our own ditty which fails to daunt us;
The amorous rose or the lovebird’s lustre
Leaves but two shades for a season’s fluster,
Yet the poet’s pen is perchance guided
With rabid romance, nature unprovided -
For summer songs are bare conversation
Betwixt life and long winter’s predation:
Pale thirst for passion or higher power
Quenches its quaff in the quiet hour,
The soul’s tragedy is in demanding
Liberty lost from body remanding
Creation’s cold woes and callous joys, cannot grace
Vanity’s visage or the selfsame face,
In vain, we swallow the daily smother
To love ourselves, we love another.
The Girl Who Was Afraid To BeShe speaks to me fondlyMore Like This
of passions and talents,
of guitars and stars,
with such breathless intensity
then stops short and
for speaking at all.
All because somewhere in her life,
someone she loved broke her heart
her beautiful words
and telling her to
keep it down,
People aren’t born sad.
We make them that way.
my wild and reckless heart.You know what I love? I love my heart—oh, how I love my wild and reckless heart.More Like This
Because my heart is not a beautiful one nor a pure one nor one to inspire sonnets. But it is strong. It is scarred. My heart is ever-thirsting; it yearns for beauty and sunrises and shooting star wishes and things that it cannot comprehend. My heart has tremors that rock it like earthquakes; it twists and shakes and tightens in ways that cannot ever be understood. It is not satisfied with the now nor yesterday and, in truth, it does not even grow fat and happy on the promise of tomorrow. It is forever in a state of want.
And I refuse to believe that is not okay. I love the urgent press of my pulse that nips at my heels and forces me to dance faster and wilder; I love the thump-thump-thump of that desire and the hold-me-tighter whisper that rips from between clenched teeth. I love the way my heart has flung me over cliffs and expected me to swim—and I love it still when I washed up on the beach
the something I am missingthe wood paneling in the living roomMore Like This
has been peeled from the paint;
bare and brash and bold
and I'm wondering
is there something that
you were the colour of my poetry,
you were the delicate bone structure
of a beautiful face,
you were the pull of bow-and-arrow lips
into a crooked fragile smile.
my house is not my house;
it has been infiltrated by
a monster, and he has
blotted out, invisible ink,
every line I wrote
beneath this roof.
all I'm thinking
is how your breath is in the walls,
how the nights fell lonely
like faded flower petals,
and you were five hours
ahead of me.
you are blowing smoke rings
from the mouth that once sang me songs,
you are reddening your eyes
when once you cried for love;
and in this house
that is no longer my own,
I am remembering;
because this is what I was missing,
that somewhere in my heart
there is a room you have carved
in your own hand;
that somewhere in my heart
you are somewhere in the world
that isn't endless across the
.i said death,More Like This
death is a closet;
let's all just hang
ourselves up and keep
the place tidy -
No rest for a weary heart.Yesterday my mother asked me what IMore Like This
would name my children and I told her that
I did not want any. She scoffed at me
and shook her head, insisting
that once I found the
all of that would change.
And I thought back
to all the times when my palms
sweated and my throat ran dry
and my cheeks heated up just because
a girl walked by whose lips
were so pretty and pink that all I wanted
to do was taste them.
I replied, swallowing the acid
that was threatening to crawl out of
"it will take a lot more than that
to convince me."
Because despite the fact that
the mere thought of a man
with arms that could carry the weight of the
world holding me tight could
make my legs crumble beneath me,
I just don't know if it
would be the right choice.
I remember once
when I let it slip that I supported
those who loved all genders
my parents stared at me as if I
had admitted to murder. "It's wrong,"
my father had exclaimed and to me,
his words were a toxin more deadly
tidesTidesMore Like This
How do you
answer the incoming
Dark water rising
with no place
Drowning in Oceans,
of feelings unspoken,
a silence unbroken..
Lessons Never LearnedNever give your heart away to just any manMore Like This
There involves too much pain
A lesson I should have learned long ago
But my naivety remains the same
Am I Truly Yours?Words cannot describe my love.More Like This
The canyon of my soul filled.
I loved you from first glance.
My heart stopped.
Moved only by quakes of emotion.
They say we each have one.
You are mine.
I am truly yours.
TodayToday I'm aloneMore Like This
Lost in thought
About the past
I'll never have back
Yet, I still hope
For a better future
For the light
Without Sleep."Sleep is life."More Like This
"Without it, we are dead."
"Only fictional characters of the undead don't sleep."
"We need sleep because we are alive."
A child's promises.I remember sitting in front of your childish self,More Like This
Promising everything I could give and meaning every word.
We where so serious back then, now I realise.
Through everything I sacrificed for you.
You never promised back.
By your sideWish I could hug you tightMore Like This
Tell you everything is gonna be alright
Wish I could hold your hand
Say I understand
But I guess since I can't
That for tonight
I'll just stay by your side
No EscapeI can't make out what's a dream or reality.More Like This
Both are nightmares and I can find no escape.
The Devil's at the door with his outstretched hand,
So I close my eyes and accept my fate.
LoveLove is simpleMore Like This
Love is a word
Full of fluffness and fluffness again
That's only four letters
But "dead" have four too
Love is something diffrent
Love is something more
It's a treasure
Full of gold.