It's my hideout
My cherished secret place You will know what's about surprise written on your face It's where I don't feel lonely especially when I am alone It's now shared, me and you only welcome to my comfort zone
His5Her is a series of poems with different points of view of fictional people.
Some may know what I’d say
Some may know what I’d do but no one knows the demons i hide until i found the person i knew that would understand me too to show vulnerability I confess with all the knowledge you now have my mind wants to flee for it is not for a public audience to hear nor see as the world responds with sympathy or hostility please i beg you respect my trust in you and be gentle with me.
Opening up to someone for the first time is scary. But this is someone you trust so go with how you feel and take it slow :)
You have so many petals to share
Intricate curves and edges But they’re densely packed inside you The bees are buzzing Yearning for their fill The crisp air Waiting to flow through you The rain didn’t replenish The sunshine couldn’t nourish The soil never uplifted The child failed to pluck you A perfect recipe with an imperfect outcome The sunshine hits and your stems are scorched The storm rolls and the rain turns to acid The soil poisons your roots What brings life to most deadens you The strongest being couldn’t live like this You cry out for an escape So the shadows begin looming The darkness ensues and the energy departs The sunshine no longer scorches The rain no longer corrodes The soil no longer venom The shadows are your refuge Safe from the outside The torment But it’s lonely now You miss what it felt like to feel Empty Open up little flower
If it's meant to be
It will work out I hope it's meant to be Even if I have my doubts Sometimes you need to wait & see Sometimes you need to shout All my life I've been loved and free But never felt free to be out It's time. Now I let myself fall out greeted by the moonlight embraced by the pain losing hearing but gaining sight in delirium, becoming sane this is my night this is my right no longer any his or hers not even mine or theirs just this just me not even that an entity