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Oct 2020 · 23
Free II
Rajie Medina Oct 2020
I came this road too far
I drive forward with this car
I never taught my heart
To fear and break apart
In this world full of fright

Incase if my heart broke
I'll pick the thousands piece
Build the new walls of courage
Encourage to face life
Drive farther away home
Oct 2020 · 35
Last day of September
Rajie Medina Oct 2020
I love this month, aside I was born
Contented and blessed to everything
I love this month, changing of season
Rain comes and blow, winds of change

I look back and forth, I still can't believe
I'm alive and in pain at the same time
Learn and gain through hardship battle
Manage to woke up and live this life

It's hard to remember but still aches my heart
If you let me remember then tell me
So then let me tell you I'm going to fight
I'll let this walls remind me of home
I know it's kind of late. But still support my poems. Thank you
Sep 2020 · 30
September VII
Rajie Medina Sep 2020
It supposed to be like this
I'll hide myself and love you
'Till my heart swells and heal
Became life and truth for real.
Sep 2020 · 22
September VI
Rajie Medina Sep 2020
The person you love the most
Will hurt you to the fullest
You can't leave, you can't leave life
You can't run, you can't make it end.

I hope I can get more courage to cry
I hope I can love you more, not dry
This is the way to alleviate my pain
To embrace these things as much as I can.
Sep 2020 · 22
September V
Rajie Medina Sep 2020
You've changed like a seasons
I don't know who you are
You ran places and lost ways
I saw you and you saw my shadows

You've told me the same thing
What about we have been through?
We've never crossed path along
I don't know who you are
Sep 2020 · 33
September IV
Rajie Medina Sep 2020
Maybe we meet along the way
Or maybe in the dark streets
Or maybe under a big trees
Or maybe we never meet again

You took north and I go south
I went and played under the rain
You came inside under your roof
We are different and never meet again
Sep 2020 · 21
September III
Rajie Medina Sep 2020
I'm looking out of my window
Staring the deep dark sky
While the city light in shadow
Gladly alive and can ask you why

It will be okay, trust the time
Cry until you fell asleep
Let the peace come and pain away
You're not alone light enough
Sep 2020 · 63
September II
Rajie Medina Sep 2020
Some memories are hard to forget
It was like a fresh wounds wide open
The ache stays yesterday and today
Both painful and thankful, I'm still alive
How can I move on? If it is beautiful?
Sep 2020 · 68
Twilight
Rajie Medina Sep 2020
I love the sun when it touches the horizon
The winds blew across my face
Yet the darkness arrives soon
I’m still utterly fascinated by the stars
Melancholy joined with the solitary moon
So it does time changes, today is yesterday
While tomorrow is another day
And the sun will rise again
Life always wonder
Sep 2020 · 43
September I
Rajie Medina Sep 2020
I woke up early in a cold morning
It's 5:30, my heart aches twitching in pain
Even my body is crumbling, my hand can't touch my chest
I'm still horror from the morning I can't forget.
Sep 2020 · 159
Low Fire
Rajie Medina Sep 2020
There’s igniting low fire into my bones
Releasing energy inside my veins
Exact heat keeps my heart pounding and alive
I claimed it as my personal faith and hope.
Life always wonder
Aug 2020 · 57
Free I
Rajie Medina Aug 2020
I want to be free
I wish one day in my life
I could shout in the forest
I could fall in the crest
I could run into the wild
I could dive into the unfold
I could burn pieces of memories
I could play in the rain and fire
But I couldn't be free
I hope so
Aug 2020 · 94
Butterfly
Rajie Medina Aug 2020
When I was a young, my grandma told me
'When I die, I will become a butterfly
I'm soaring up above the blue sky
Living the life I aways wanted to be'
Hi, finally, I'm back to writing.
Apr 2020 · 30
Longing V
Rajie Medina Apr 2020
Again I'm sitting in my favorite place
With a journal and flashlight in my hand
Fascinated by the hundreds stars above
Hope against hope, tying ties in the end

I thought I will never wrote about you
I denied, bargained up in the darkness
And finally accepted everything thou
Then sooner or later it grows on us

The sun rises how the days passed by
We looked back but we can't go back
We might trapped again one of these days
But remember we are looking forward
Apr 2020 · 30
Hope II
Rajie Medina Apr 2020
I wish you look at the night sky
Seeing those hundreds stars above
By the winds the trees are dancing
Like how I dance in the darkness and peak

I perceived the love of the darkness
Accompanied by the stars twinkling
Even if I close my eyes I hear my breath
And the darkness grower and my hope too
March 30, unpublished
Apr 2020 · 190
Brevity VI
Rajie Medina Apr 2020
Why is it that more I have to say
The harder to speak
Unspoken words hides
Feelings and emotion starts to fly
I am blank as a clean spark
And heavier like a cold ice
Its been a while. I'm glad to be back writing for another reason. Please support my poems by leaving some comment or messages. Thanks.
Jan 2020 · 151
Longing IV
Rajie Medina Jan 2020
feels like you're a moon
guiding me everywhere I go,
sometimes new moon,
you're not existing,
waxing crescent denial stage
doesn't want to exist totally,
waning gibbous partially existing,
and sometimes full moon.
One of the letter I love the most. Thank you so much I love you
Jan 2020 · 40
Longing III
Rajie Medina Jan 2020
Sea of strangers
Full of hard logic and dimmers
You'll get drown deeper
Catch your last breath
Until you hold the borders
I wrote you a paragraphs before, I hope you appreciate it.
Jan 2020 · 55
Brevity V
Rajie Medina Jan 2020
We hold the rope tightly
Like how I hold on your hands
Like I hold on your promises
Like how I can't give up on you
Forever gone
Jan 2020 · 38
Hope II
Rajie Medina Jan 2020
My knees down
My head bow
I call you
My tears flow
You answered
Keep looking above my friends
Jan 2020 · 86
Brevity IV
Rajie Medina Jan 2020
In the good times
I'm scared for the change
In the bad times
I want myself to be change
Not now.
Jan 2020 · 115
Lines II
Rajie Medina Jan 2020
Same bed and atmosphere
I'm laying with my books
Rain is falling and free
Then I found myself soak

My bed sized six by six
Big enough for me yet
Feel small; wanted to be fix
Trying to start to forget
We are trying, I know.
Jan 2020 · 35
Hope I
Rajie Medina Jan 2020
There's no street or city lights
Only the moon and my light
Strangers try to steal my own
Grabbing my arms and feet
Begging for hope and faith

It's hard to take some courage
When nobody to hold on
I kept on walking ahead
My eyes are filled with tears
I keep on praying above
Did you kneel?
Jan 2020 · 33
Lines I
Rajie Medina Jan 2020
Little by little the pieces of puzzle
We are connected thousand miles away
Line across the ocean just to see you smile
But can't afford to hold you when you cry
You've change.
Jan 2020 · 54
Longing II
Rajie Medina Jan 2020
The paper has burn out
And turn to ashes and to dust
When the fire is everywhere
Everyone is also gone

Somehow I found it fun
Through playing with fire
Most of them turn to dust
And nothing can stay gold
All time fall.
Jan 2020 · 170
Brevity III
Rajie Medina Jan 2020
Simplest glance I look in your eyes
Full of sorrow and pain
As if someone else dies
Look at me, can I have you?
Another one, you kept on ghosting.
Jan 2020 · 61
Longing I
Rajie Medina Jan 2020
I spend my nights writing stories
Raging and storming inside my head
I can't manage and starting to its end
Again I wrote a bad chapter today
The days goes by, finally I found myself
I found myself revamping the bad chapter
And trying to fix what is broken
But it's not, everything from the past chapter can't be remove and change
Or easily throw papers and burn it to the fire
Or even put marks, saying don't come with it
Think beyond the box and look what you are right now
The mirrors of life, stories I had been writing
You might be there but your not here
Its hard to take courage.
Jan 2020 · 72
Brevity II
Rajie Medina Jan 2020
They say when you're writing poems you are sad
They say when you're speaking you mean to be heard
They say when you're lost you want to be found
Can you read, hear, and find me?
I am pertaining to one person I've met 2 years ago. I hope so, if you read this, remember me not only when I die.
Jan 2020 · 108
Brevity I
Rajie Medina Jan 2020
The winds blew
leaves are dancing and rustling
Season of fall
Then I saw you leaving
First poem to be published, thank you for the opportunity to post.

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