I enjoy many things about you.
The three undone buttons on your white collared shirt. Your collar bone peaking from behind the strips of fabric. Your large hands and messy chocolate hair
your honey and milk skin
against my lips wait, nevermind i’m just daydreaming again
will i ever be able to call you mine?
Little grains of sand,
Slipped through my fingers; As I dwell on my dreamland, I couldn’t help but linger. What if no evil existed? What if there was no bond of adoration? Into this philosophical flow I was drifted. With no awareness of the duration. I settled in this realm of imagination. Where there is no order of creation. Where I am ignorant of all mortal’s complication. Out of the blue, I felt a tap on my shoulder, I turned around; It was a reminder, That I am still on this simple,beauteous ground.
Thoughts in class, on the road, on the beach, asleep...etc
300 miles from where I’m supposed to be.
Living a life I never thought I would. Missing the smallest moments. Daydreaming about what could’ve happened. If I wasn’t 300 miles from where I’m supposed to be.
Crisp bread and lazy mornings,
Red wood and yellow fields, Those are all the things I want to share With you. Sitting by the fire, Coming home in the evening, Walking on the wooden floor, That’s what I want to share With you. While being on a bus ride Into the unknown, I’m fantasizing Of how beautiful life were With you. And as strange as it should Seem to me, I think, I really could be domestic With you. // those are all the things or Swedish daydream – nautilus poetry
you call me crazy, but fantasy is better than what life has given me. - H
Theres a light in your room I see from my rooftop tomb
Watching the shadows along the wall and I know I should look up at the moon But when I do I’m just waiting for it to fall They said it takes some time to get over the loss But thats a mountain I can’t seem to scale They swore that another would come to take your place But all those who’ve tried have failed I find myself laying in the grass at night Hoping that it pulls me into the grave To feel such a strong deep embrace And have nothing left to say