Tag: Love

3
Oct

Poetry: Eiffel means Love

I’m not sure i agree What the Eiffel can be… Love is a race i know Not all men can follow. Their hearts must be the key. But if the towers see To choose among any And all agree to go, I’m not sure… There is earth, sand and tree. There’s water in the sea. There’s rain to make seeds

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26
Sep

Poetry: When We Promise

The valley dug in between us has become narrow for such bus. Love found many ways to discuss to make me wuss, to make me wuss. My heart was found wanting a lot and where we stood kept growing hot. Our hands were free, they wouldn’t knot our souls will rot, our souls will rot Our words had covers so

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23
Sep

Poetry:If I were Dead Now…

I will not want your wishes Nor your byes I know you care but take a rest Your tears will soon dry so you may see I’m long gone like a bullet from a long gun Look critically you’ll see my soul at the horizon On my first safest, swift, luggage-free ride through seven heavens Fervently I traveled through time

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20
Sep

Poetry: If I Forget To Live

How did we end up like this, among heaps of stones selfish? I’m left with fragments of untrue truths, losing the face of completeness. They teach us how to give, but cut the fingers after they receive. How did you end up like this, wearing colors that conceal your shadow? Where are the colors of your gardenia? They have whittled,

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19
Sep

Poetry: Just A Little Love

You need not move mountains Uprooting it from its core I do not need Cupid and fountains Or seashells from the shore Don’t sail across oceans and seas Don’t bring me the moon from up above No flowers, no roses, no white doves No clich├ęs at all, please We don’t have time to watch the stars Or listen to the

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8
Sep

Short Story: END

“Ake! Ake! Hurry up now! Do you want us to miss this? It will be like missing the coming of Jesus the day he’ll be sharing some of that gold from the street of heaven o!” Funto chuckled as her husband poured out his monologue. It won’t be the first or last time she has heard him making such statements.

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5
Sep

Poetry: We don’t always marry the ones we love

Marry you? That would be a spoiler! Don’t get me wrong, I want with you, a forever You leave me sprung, After a thought and a shudder But, marry you? That would be a spoiler! See, you are beautiful, Beyond oaths and promises Marriage is dutiful, Duty exists not in our premises All these hearts feel, Nothing but a you

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4
Sep

Poetry: Oh Lord, please don’t let me be misunderstood

Baby, Always remember What i said on the 4th of September. Sometimes I’ll love to cuddle less I get choked with too much affection These fingers won’t often interlock Sometimes a fist is faster solution Introduce me to your friends but leave out the other chapters like i’m not so good in bed but i’m great at other afters. I

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16
Aug

Poetry: Love Letters

Dear queen of this deserted throne, The chirping birds and crickets; The cloaking frogs behind our home seem to have traveled with you. I have swimmed this deep sea of space and silence, It is warm and it is cold. I will study stars if they can foretell your return. I have felt the frostbite of our memorable moments, Bringing

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15
Aug

Poetry: Silent Tears

Here’s the thing about crying, If it’s not out of joy, or loss from dying- I wouldn’t break one. Not all shoulders are good to lean on. The waters warming in the Mississippi Get to cool off in another sea. I don’t harbour silent tears, The loudness is one of my fears. When nights stay longer to keep days out,

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