Hope you know. Hope You Know I hope you know I loved you.every single day.And always wished you the bestin every prayer that I'd say.I hope you know you're specialand no one can contest.And that you are uniqueand quite simply the best.I hope you know you're strongand dont let things break you down.That you may stand your groundbut remember to be a clown.I hope you remember to smileand think of tomorrow as new.That you never let your pastbe something too painful to review.I hope you are a gentlemanand act like you were raised.Surpass every expectationand never let your mind be fazed.I hope you know you're talentedand handsome that is true.And no matter where you goI will always comfort you.I hope you know that distancewont keep us far apart.For since you were so littleyou always had my heart.I hope you know that life is hardbut you still must merely try.That it is full of wondersso don't let them pass you by.I hope you know I love youthrough everythi
A Letter of ReasoningA Letter of ReasoningHello Mother, Hello FatherThis is me your son or daughterI can't stay long, so I'll say it fast;I need to go over things of the pastListen closely, now don't you fretThis letter is to you so you won't forget;It happened quickly, I understand,Just listen to my reprimand:This first part is to you, my motherThe one who didn't even bother:You brought me into this dead world,Then you left me to dieYou never said one word to meYou never said goodbyeAn infant child no more than oneCries long into the nightThe yearning for its mother's toneTo play in its ears has diedAs it grew it never knewOf what a mother would be likeYou left me alone in this worldAnd I cried every single nightThe next is to my father so,You held on tight and never let go:I love you muchYou know it's trueIt's not all your faultSo don't blame youYou were young and stupidIn this worldEvery night it changedIt was always a different girlYou weren't thereFor most my l
The Song of a LullabyThe song of a lullaby Was carved in my headMemory by memory Each note was thread A smile, a grin Those notes went high Sobbing, crying Those notes went low Benath the depths of the earth Each precious noteWas sung With a purpose, a reason And each note rung Through the gallant halls Of an auditorium And when the lullaby Slowly drifted into the night Everyone applauded And the lullaby was done.
So, It ShattersSo, It Shatters:So, today it fell.It slipped right fromMy grasp.As it fell,It shattered on the floorLike glass.The shards sliced,And as they spreadI gasped.So, I bled today.My heart was rippedRight from my chest.As I bled,I told myself it was forThe best.The blood pooled,And I looked at it,But still I couldn't rest.So, I smiled today.It spread across my lips whenI wasn't thinking about you.As it faded,My heart ached and stomach cramped,But I knewThat before todayWe were friends,And I could trust you.So, after todayI leave with a sad smileStill here.As a friend,Something so special about me,I'll always care.Though I wishThat somedays I wouldn't because I can'tAlways bareThe pain.But here I stayFor you. As a friend,As guidence.Even though youBroke me. I told youIt's okay.But I still feel it-The empty spaceInside me.Air is filling it,Because my heart lies shatteredOn the floor.
A Man Reborn"Go."Somewhere, Lysanna clawed at the shards of mirror, using the last of her strength to send the message. The words came to Tal'shen as needling pain, piercing her mind. "Forget them," her mother said. "Go now and do as I've created you to do!"Tal'shen felt her mother die. It did not matter. There was no feeling of attachment; only the drive to carry out her purpose. Growing still, her monstrous form filled the room. She shot two massive tentacles upwards, rending a large hole in the ceiling. Outside, she blinked in the fog. London, that was the name of this city, wasn't it? A good a place as any to begin. Inside, Maya coughed back the bits of dust and plaster. "Paul," she breathed, wincing at the mass of flesh Tal'shen had left in her wake. She went to him, gasping at his flayed carcass, nothing more than quivering bits of meat and bone. She closed her eyes. One chance.
Flame"I saw red."What a curious, infernal thing to say -Truly, I didn't know I felt this way.So immediately I sought out whatever assistanceI might find to steel this compromised flame resistance."Envision what you wish you banish," my teacher said.So I fumed with a fury and visualized the red."Out damned spot, out I say..."*Oh that it were so easy to just simply scold away.Flash of red...I saw as I stirred awake in bed.Feeling the sun's gentle kisses, its rays streaming across my head.And I turned to embrace a lingering phantasmIn a partial dream-state as I reached...O......Oh....Oh.... the burning red,That sizzles, and sears, and scorches my fleshIn the torment of taboo I've found myself enmeshed.So I cried to every sympathetic spirit,And every Voodoo Loa that was available to hear it,"If there be no fuel to sustain this soul,Then cool my heart to the black of coal."...Oh.... but still, still the red...As the sparks flew higherAnd I danced 'round the pyre to the dru
Life is a...Life is a frigid bitchCold as a witches titLiving and dyingLaughing and cryingBreathing and bleedingSeeing not believingAnd all that other crap!Being replacedComes a way of lifeAnd love...Gets worn outAnd turns awayIt's all fucked up, dudeNone can explain itDoubts of nowadaysDistrust of tomorrowOld wounds and memoriesHappiness and sorrowRipples upon the seaTo be or not to beAnd all that other crap!
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