Is my head a cryptic mine
Or do I lack a canary’s mind
That I couldn’t see the darkness you elute, exalt, you chant and you hide?
By Test12 months ago in Poets
I reckon no one has ever told you to search for your worst half.
My worst half is an eerie dream,
A wedding dress torn at the seams,
By Testabout a year ago in Poets
The light stays on for many nights
To cradle dead hearts in this fight,
It’s not like they know what we were,
It’s just that smiles don’t hide this hurt.
My tummy endures spasmodic episodes each night,
though tonight it’s not just baby boy,
quivering from more than the cold.
I want you to know so many things.
I want you to know,
I want you to know that
I want you,
I want you to be:
Next to me
At six feet apart,
Your hand reached into blank space,
Love has funny ways.
Apart from the birds,
Flirting by our awkward feet,
On the last day, I wrote a precocious letter to my mom, my dad, my first ex, my second ex, my in betweens, my church friends, my school friends and my work friends.
By Test2 years ago in Poets
Lady seems driven by needless pranks,
Her nose too long for someone who
Never had problems telling the truth
Until love and lust felt the same.
Gavyn said that my dumplings stunk,
They reeked of leeks and pork,
I wrapped them last night,
My hands covered in white,
A warm chest
Pressed worn out lips
Grazing the shoulders
Of the mass destruction,
In moment’s sight of fury
If walls could scream my ears would bleed
To hear them crying your name for me
Listen please, oh introvert me
If silence told a story tonight
When I only see you
Once in a while
When my every step
Feels like a mile
When you arrived inside
You hugged her first