how a single statement
can make you curious
how a single statement
can make you furious
I know for a fact that I am talkative,
In which I find noise as something positive.
But when it comes to you, your eyes and your smile,
I can't help but think that silence can be worthwhile.
I used to think I was 'heartless'.
But maybe what I do is simply use my 'heart less'.
for how long will i be able to keep your interest
before i become just the mistress
Why are you still with him?
I thought you'd have a different man by now.
I'm bored enough to stay in this distraction.
*Until I'm no longer bored with him.
A collab with Taki. :)
My excuse to think of you...
Wrath of War
Wish of Wealth
Wings of Whimsey
Words of Wisdom
World of Wonder
Day 6 - Write a poem of any length incorporating every word from your latest Facebook status.
I find it funny.
Some use this as a story's summary.
Day 5 - Write a three line poem about lemons without using the following words: lemon, yellow, round, fruit, citrus, ****, juicy, peel, and sour.
A combo pizza,
Mixed with lots of vegetables,
I want to eat one.
Day 4 - Write a haiku. They’re often about nature, but yours can be about anything.
His study, with books of various kinds,
A dim light, his only source—
To keep himself from going blind
To keep himself on course
In Langdon's mind,
Whatever stood behind this force
Is yet to be defined.
Day 3 - Find the nearest book (of any kind). Turn to page 8. Use the first ten full words on the page in a poem. You may use them in any order, anywhere in the poem.
Book used: "Angels & Demons" by Dan Brown
For loving you
For leaving you
Of thinking of you
Of dreaming about us
Of wishing there was an "us"
They see a shy and quiet girl.
I see an adventurous spirit.
She might have set heads off in a whirl.
But you have to give her merit,
For she is just as precious as a pearl.
Day 2 - Who was the last person you texted? Write a five line poem to that person.
Ask yourself: Have you...
Never told a lie?
Gained something you did not deserve?
Escaped reality by shutting everyone out?
Left someone behind without any regrets?
Inspired someone which lead to a disaster?
Caught yourself wishing someone dead?
Asked yourself these questions?
Day 1 - Write a poem where each line starts with a letter from your first name (an acrostic). It can be about anything, but it should not be about you or your name.
All it takes
To make me say yes.
All it takes
To make me yours.
What you are to me
What I may be to you
Looks like we're back to square one.
You're single yet again and out for some fun.
I get the feeling we're about to enter another cycle,
Where you become part of the group [again] and be someone vital.
Our situation is endearing yet upsetting.
Regardless, we take you under our wing.
Treat you just like before,
Make sure your tears are no more.
As much as it is painful to admit,
It may only be a matter of time before you commit
To a new found love, your precious,
Someone who leaves you giddy and breathless.
Despite all these,
Know we're easy to please.
You need not change anything.
Just don't treat our friendship as nothing.
When you were single, you suddenly decided to join us.
Spent most of your days hanging out with us.
Made yourself a part of the group, which we all welcomed.
Treated you like a sibling almost, banters and jokes abound.
Months passed by and we saw you with your partner.
When you told us you found your special someone, we couldn't be happier.
We should have known though,
Your spending time with us was through.
When was the last time you joined our gatherings?
When was the last time you talked to us about anything?
Now that you are no longer single again,
We seem to be of no use to you.
Now that our friendship has reached a strain,
We seem to be dead to you.
Some friend you are.
— The End —