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It Gets Lonely

Living within the dictates of this world’s definition of existence. Dying with each attempt to match society’s image of the relevant. Loneliness is, whether in the crowd of 3, or a 100 times that maybe, But most disturbing: strangers in this society are our daily surrounding. A society that keeps claiming it understands we, Denying … Continue reading It Gets Lonely

Tell Me About Yourself

“So, tell me about yourself.” He gives me this instruction flippantly. But he doesn’t seek a serious response apparently. Since we began conversing, I’d identified his real interest; One that his eyes declared before his lips formed a sentence. It really wasn’t difficult, he made it plain as day And although my face kept his … Continue reading Tell Me About Yourself

What Do You Want Really?

A kiss or two maybe? Because things have been too mainstream lately? So you seek a twist to your skirt-hopping assignments and deem me worthy of some emotional torment? I’d say thanks for the ironic compliment Of you being attracted enough to attempt making me a wanton pet But what’s this!? Right now I’m choking … Continue reading What Do You Want Really?

Questions (on A Thief’s Birthday)

Questions (on A Thief’s Birthday)

Did your father jump with boundless joy when you emerged in bloody hands? Were there smiles as your bloody cord was that night seeded into mother Earth’s womb? Did they drink and dance, passing frothy jugs of wine and steaming plates full, the day you took a name? Did you breathe our air, drink from … Continue reading Questions (on A Thief’s Birthday)