The Hand of God

He came to me at my weakest, Making ways where I thought there were no doors. Didn’t think I would need him at my lowest, But then, what do I know? I haven’t been the brightest. His righteous right...

Pain is a good shelter

An abode-initiating function of the brain, cure to honey pot of grief, washing hearts with tears of rain, rebuking gods and forming a new shell, denying birth & embracing death to escape pain...

Stones and Mosses

We are the chosen ones. built the famous tower of Ramses. received the first mail on two stones. walked the dry path of patted seas. witnessed the rising of dry bones. watched rods turn snakes...

Fire and Gold

Abracadabra, my harmless magic. An enemy and a friend, an enemy that can be tragic, a friend that can be helpful, helpful with the use of logic. The enemy burns to perfection; yellow metals with no...

1984 By George Orwell

Eyes with a hateful gaze Like a vile wind, you can’t escape it. Through the glass doors of victory mansion They stood like a coloured poster Too large for indoor display Yet manning the walls...

To Kill A Mockingbird

“Mockingbirds don’t do one thing,” he said, “They don’t eat up the garden head.” Cusitta was blind in one eye, he was feeble, much older than the parents of our school, he was...

A Palinode In Between

I wish you death. For you have betrayed me. Stabbing me in the back. You shared my gift with Seth. After you swore it was saved for me, In times of abundance and times of lack. I had prayed that you...

This Is Fiction

A world without sunset, where nothing rises and nothing sets. Where imaginations become a threat. The attempt of thoughts result to fear. In a world where silence becomes a voice and sounds remains...

A Jar Of Secrets

Ekabo to an ocean filled with wishes, an ocean filled with sand. I mean a heart that beats like a band. This is a famished land filled with dishes, a desert where roasted bread is grown, where heavy...