The window that I can see, Has no good view But the glass in its paneled frame Gives a look thats quite new. The window has two bifolding shutters Giving it a charming look And the white European grill outside it Makes it as interesting as written in a book. Though minimum light filters through this window, It certainly has a charm. The artificial plants hanging outside them, Gives it colour and a refreshing sort of calm.
Writing a rhyme for just about anything in your sight gives you the power to make anything beautiful, to make the simplest of things sound magical and give depth to things that are otherwise taken for granted!
I will forever remember Those beautiful deep brown eyes That you thought were so plain. But darling, you could not see: how could you possibly see? The way they shined in the sun breathtaking hues of mahogany Melting into golden rays Circling an eclipse your “plain brown eyes” truly aren’t plain at all they are a stunning mixture of every color known to man The most beautiful sunset on earth.
Your eyes are the most vivid memory I have of you, even after all of these months. You always used to call your eyes "boring and plain" and even called them "**** brown." But to me, your eyes were the most beautiful color I've ever seen. You know when you mix a bunch of colors together and it all turns brown? Thats how I viewed your eyes... The deep brown was just a mixture of everything you could offer the world.
I speak for the dead, I speak for the hearts that have stopped beating, I speak for those who continue to walk the streets with their due dates etched into the pavement. You can walk among the living and see death in their eyes, Lungs still exhaling, Blood still pumping. Those who walk with broken souls clatter inside empty bodies, Like sharp glass clanking together in spacious bags, Cutting up walls covered in personas, Bleeding. A never-ending mindless routine, Stumbling into shapes, Shapes made by superior shapes, Never formulating into these people I once knew.
People aren't people anymore; everything's just nothing.