Don't AskI saw the future onceMore Like This
Everyone wanted to know their fate
Governments wanted my allegiance
Media wanted my time
You wanted to know what happens to us
I hid the future then
Everyone demanded to know their fate
Governments declared me terrorist
Media called me fraud
You said I was a liar
I lived the future last
Everyone pleaded for hope
Governments launched their bombs
Media called it Armageddon
You spent the end with someone else
So I stopped trying to see the future
Weeping WillowMore Like This
It's a complete bombardment.
No room to breathe.
No room to think.
Nothing but bombs hitting each side.
One is more damaged than the other.
The other is more violent than the one.
Each control their weapons with practiced skill.
Surely they are a near equal match.
They shall soon destroy each other and themselves.
Oh, but that is not the worst part.
Not by a long shot.
There, quiet and peaceful are three young willows, are in the middle of this battle field.
All three are scarred.
All three are wary.
The eldest seems to guard the younger two, her branches shielding them from the ballistics.
She may be there with her siblings but she feels alone.
And thus, she is weeping.
To be continued.my ears are crooked, one above the other,More Like This
the right side of my upper lip not quite full enough to meet my bottom,
a plethora of bruises scattered down my too long legs,
two wide eyes with all the hope in the world trapped inside them
Two ice coloured eyes stare back at me from a shock of blonde,
scar located in the middle of his forehead,
freckle below his bottom lip,
a smile that could light up the darkest room.
A cold hand makes its way to the back of my neck, gooseflesh down my neck
down my arms,
down my tummy.
Butterflies the size of hawks must be fighting in my stomach
he leans in to kiss me and I decide at this moment
I will be his.
A parents cold words make their way into both of our hearts, one chooses to still love, the other to hurt,
sometimes people say mean things when they love you. That's normal though right?
The occasional argument,
The occasional disagreement,
The occasional sl