Poem 5

Here’s an ode to meaningless diction that holds no weight for lovers of rhyme, or frail but labyrinthian fiction, whose grand uncertainties adorn their time. My ruminations cause amusement as I am led to face a fact: Words unworthy of employment glide through centuries, intact. Humankind! Open your eyes! Thy hard-drive’s brimming full with junk. … Continue reading Poem 5

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Bad Movies

FOREWORD: Inspiration is a bitch with real bad timing cuz I have a 3000 word essay on Human Resource Management and a final exam on the same that are due tomorrow (actually today cuz it’s 01:05 am) and I’ve been writing this love song.   She’s waiting on someone who used to send her notes … Continue reading Bad Movies

Poem 4

  The swaying trees retain their peace— The streets remain unchanged… This town, though, is in jeopardy methodically arranged. The faction sworn to set us free from a foreign scourge is one enthralling fallacy of which our minds need purge. How long until we comprehend how they have chained our thoughts, and that, until we … Continue reading Poem 4

Poem 3

  I put myself on foreign land in search of Travellers’ Gold; but faces there, all fresh, but bland, turned my elation cold. The boundaries all seemed to heed were of visage and speech — ’Twas arduous, thus, to proceed and isolation breach. One’s countenance does not decide the order of their heart. Have not … Continue reading Poem 3