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2d · 23
Duality
Splitting singleness is my duality
There is no One
I am already Two at the core of me
My heart is stone and a tamed sea
I am the waves which is sweet and salty
My eyes are emerald and screaming gold
I am the soil which is solid and muddy
My body is descended heaven and the breath of God
I am the feeling which is deceiving and faithful
My hands are poisonous crawls and shivers
I am the now and the will be
My past is chasing and forgetting
I am no-one and everybody
My existence is here and lost
I am Two of me
‘My’ is are and were.
Feb 8 · 81
Spectral Love
Ursula Wolf Feb 8
Have you really touched me
With the shores of your ocean heart?
Was it real when my murdered love
Rose again in your intoxicated arms?
Your answer still haunts me
When you said,
you just want to be free.
Ursula Wolf Jan 21
And you just look through me
Like our love has never met,
And you never held my laugh
In a blink of your eyes.
Jan 12 · 27
My Long Despair
Ursula Wolf Jan 12
My conscious unawareness,
My dragging crime,
My tap open tears,
My shattered heart,
My pathetic wait,
My longing look

Made Her run away.
Made her dragged down,
Made her forsaken,
Made her stabbed in the back.

Do you even feel me?
Do I even feel me?
Don’t tell me!
Don’t I think the same?

I will rise for Us again,
And the wind blows again,
And the hands are held again,
And I will hold you again;

Without dragging you down,
Without making you feel miserable.

My promise to feel love for you,
My promise to take care of you...
Was meant forever.
Dec 2020 · 125
The Hollow Scream
Ursula Wolf Dec 2020
I was screaming my feelings
Between
The mountains of your heart;
But not even an echo
Found the way back.
Nov 2020 · 69
Your Love
Ursula Wolf Nov 2020
Your love is different;
It killed me some previous lives ago,
And I was reborn to be killed again.
Oct 2020 · 219
The Garden
Ursula Wolf Oct 2020
Your soul smells like rose
And made the world around me
Taste like a botanical garden;
Oct 2020 · 197
You Took Me
Ursula Wolf Oct 2020
And just like that
You danced around my heart
With a siren song in your eyes.
Jun 2020 · 81
Out of...
Ursula Wolf Jun 2020
Everything falls out of place
Out of these words
Out of the paper
Under the curtain
Through the windows.

Going to the streets,
Out of these buildings
Out of the city
Under the bridge
Through the fields.

Flys back to me
This happiness,
When you saw
The misery in Me
The holy in You
The good in Me
The devil in You.

Come closer,
Fall into Me.
May 2020 · 113
In Our Bar
Ursula Wolf May 2020
The rain washed away
Your soft words;
Into my quiet step
You came by,
Didn't stand away;
You just stared
In the crowd's noise,
But didn't see,
Didn't hear me.
Maybe that's why
You have never loved
Me.
May 2020 · 165
That Storm
Ursula Wolf May 2020
In hollowing darkness
She opened my eyes,
Reached for me
In her cherry blossom;
She warmed me
With her bright rays;
In one kiss
Was washed by the rain.
Apr 2020 · 121
Untitled
Ursula Wolf Apr 2020
Shimmering pain at the coldness of birth,
What's your purpose?

First moment of unfair life,
Why did you bring me here?

Hollowing crawls from my first step,
What's your way?

Enjoyements and sins, that took me away,
What's this all sh*t?

Cold breeze on my eyeball,
While putting the shoes on my hands.

I look into the nearness with my lips
And try to reach the core of the Earth.

I hit the space, because I want to talk to the wall,
and try to catch them all.

You mean what?
Wonders of self-lovingness,

Towards You, Me, Them, Those...

The gate that is close to open through the wall,
Let me in and find me lost.

Keep your hands to yourself and reach me,

Then kiss me while you are pushing
   me

away.

Love, that is screaming backwards,
Hold my brain with your crying heart.

Born me back to hauling death,
Let my eyes talk to your head,

Then take me and bring me back
On the thin line of curse of life.
Apr 2020 · 180
Left Me With the Moon
Ursula Wolf Apr 2020
I could hear as the rigid solitude knocked on my window,
I stand up with my trembling legs and look out through the glazier blot.

Dark towers of the night looming, mantle the Moon's light
Of which fairies were buried by fiend  of the shadow.

The beast huddled,
And with that, solitude also forsakaned me.

Emptiness, that I became,
Like a void spirit,
Who is silently striked by the devistating fist of scarcity.

Since the Moon was locked up in a faraway cage...
Shoreless the dark night, which burns between us,
And racking me for an endless time.

I am a bird, which pursuing its warmth,
And flying trough the stiffed mainlands.

I am a sunflower, which lives for the Sun
And nervously golden colour of it
feared from others.

I am an asterisk, which devouted to the Moon
And relishing its dim beams.

But I would rather be a shooting star once,
Than a callow craven.

I would rather wait among Time's grains of sand that snaring backwards,
Than becoming a desolate corner of life.

I wish the solid smoke of darkness would just fade away,
So my blinking eyes would know where to reach for you.

Frigid the scrapering, destitute nothingness.

Only you could smelt me, like the sunny sky a bird.

Deprivation of yours is devouring me,
Like affection my sanity.

Please bring back the Moon,
Because the night is perishing my Sun.
Apr 2020 · 136
Ran I
Ursula Wolf Apr 2020
Humid breeze fell
Hard upon
Us

From there I heard
How descended
She.

Sonorous footprints
rushing towards
Me

From there I knew,
That for her came
They,

Mass-hurtled inquirers.
Before long said
I:

'Cannot be taken
Her!'

Over crown-blasted blaze
rushed
I

To the moist
street;

Taking
The eyes of
Mine,

Flickered
The world against
Me.

Reached they for
In my arms laying
Wings.

Thereupon I felt,
the groundbreaking
Hiss,

Which,
From envying
Eyes,

Hurled out
Itself in
Disguise.

From there I knew
That hasten must
I

Behind circumference,
Under immensity,
Before evocation.

And then revealed
She

The wings for the
Stars.

Flashing eyes reborned
Life,
Plumes hurtled the
Ground,
Skin-flares illumed the
Sky,
Goldening-hair had
Confound.

And then ran
I
Just against
Me!

— The End —