Bro CodeThere was a time my bro BenMore Like This
Broke up with his girlfriend.
She was fine but I had no right over that woman.
No bro can sleep with my ex or his
Because that’d be frowned upon by Chuck Norris.
One night my bro Jace was playing at a bar
He sat down next to Ben after using his guitar
Ben said, “Man, you’ve gone too far.”
Ben pushed Jace and they began to spar.
They sat back down, a seat between them ajar.
Ben came over drunk one night
He asked to stay over. Jace said, “Alright.”
But Jace only had one bed so he was uptight
Ben understood and said, “Bro, I got the sofa.”
Jace went to the kitchen and asked, “Cool. You want a soda?”
Jace and Ben are the best of friends
Nothing in the world can compare to their Bromance.
Though they will never be seen holding hands
They give each other advice like, “Pull up your damn pants.”
Even honoring the “Dibs” rule when given the chance.
Why Bother?Across the canvasMore Like This
A young man leans against the wall
On the other side
Another stands confident and tall
With different religious status
Both aren’t aware of the other at all
Though both to God, are tied
The two can’t help but fall for the other
As the eraser strokes
The wall begins to fade between the two
Their chiseled faces form a smile
They reached for the other to feel if true
But society had churned their hopes
The acknowledgement and marriage was a denial
Not even help was found by both father and mother.
Even if against society
Hands held together will they always be
Their passion overpowers all prejudice
Waiting for imprisonment of their rights set free
While others accuse their actions against deity
Waiting for that official legalized bliss
Until they are allowed to say “I do” to one another.
No more space on this paper
The pencil slowly stops gliding
A picture of two men loved and happy
The artist stares at the picture, sighing
If only this artist was