Tag Archive: poem

Face After Face, Crowd After Crowd

Glance after glance, Stare after stare, Smile after smile, I will see you Even in the crowdiest crowd. Breath after breath, Kiss after kiss, Touch after touch, I will feel you Even in… Continue reading

Ode to Things Lost and Found

Things that matter and things that don’t Things that used to matter until they don’t— they all get lost. All things get lost. Nobody stole them or threw them away. They just disappear… Continue reading

Forward and Reverse

We were two halves of a soul, free before love entwined our destinies. All the stars in the universe know. All the stars in the universe know love entwined our destinies before we… Continue reading

Like an Unwritten Poem

Our silences spoke for us, Drawing us closer But ever more apart. An unwritten poem, that’s what we are like. The emotion has found the thought, But the thought never found the words.

Cheers for Time

Cheers for yesterday! Be happy for all things gone that somehow stayed through photographs, or notes, or occasional trips down the memory lane. Good or bad, they had been and will always be yours… Continue reading

The Man Who Has Loved

This is a poem– A poem without a rhyme– A poem about a man– About a man who has loved– Who has loved with all his heart. This is a story. Yes, a… Continue reading

Love Conquering Love

If love indeed conquers everything, does it mean love can conquer itself? Is it possible for love to lead itself to oblivion? Can love conquer the love that existed before it? Will it… Continue reading

Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow

Today Is where we are, where we stand, Looking, searching, groping For things to have and keep Even only for a passing moment. Tomorrow Is our place, our time— A point in eternity… Continue reading

When Numb Met Love

  Today’s the big day. No more waiting. No more wasting time. You see, Love isn’t the best detective in town. I should have figured that out a long, long time ago. Unless… Continue reading

Where Heaven Meets Earth

I watch the sun kiss the sea; The waters embrace its fading light. They seem to come together Even if they’re really far apart. Illusions…  Oh, how beautiful! I remember you sharing Your… Continue reading

A Season for Writing

When you spill your morning coffee in your pants, write. When you’re sad about what’s written on the daily news, write. When you ordered sunny side up but you’re given scrambled eggs, write.… Continue reading

A Letter to Nowhere

A Letter to Nowhere I said “Go,” You said you’ll stay. You pulled me close, We’re just a heartbeat away. But how long can we stay like this? Tomorrow, we would just reminisce… Continue reading

Why Writing Drives the Writer Insane

Writers do not really know what to write about. When we feel like we have to write, we just write even if we have no freaking idea what we like to write about.… Continue reading