Mayday Mayday The storm is coming Arriving today Evasive action Run with traction Pack your essentials And escape Before it stops A pitiful refrain For those who remain But here comes the rain Drowning the gain The slow can't hide But I have my shelter Slam on my brakes And tonight I will pray For brighter weather
Upon a bed of newspapers lay a creased red cotton shirt. No fixed abode Dirt appears on dirt Grind teeth. Got any change said man with can in hand. Card and blanket with dog curled underneath. Comatosed body rigid from a fix. Brandished **** and theif. Patchwork multicoloured polyester tents adorn a high end shop.
The homeless issue continues to worsen in London. I can’t remember seeing it so bad.
Wanting to be the one to speak her name as mine. It's like a stare off, All alone. It's like a competition, On your own. It's like getting stuck, In open space. Why do i enjoy this one-sided love? If it burns. If it is away. If i am lost, I do not seek for shelter, I seek for pain.
Take hold of her porcelain hand, and whisk her away Wrapped in ribbons, through rolling hills, dancing until the sun-drenched morn Laughter and song, and shelter provide, for the hearts whose names are penned, Intertwined in lovesick song, spoken sweetly, that summer in May
This poem sums itself up all on it's own. Making it one of My favorites. Written about the beauty of having a soulmate to share life's most soul-searching moments with. I pray this poem encourages You to truly cherish the special person in Your life. I hope You enjoy. God bless.