If I had a quarter for every time I wished
For you and I to take a trip to yesterday
I don't know exactly how rich I would be
But it would add up to a lot of change
I don't know what I'd do with that cash
But I would spend every cent on you
Doing whatever you like till it's gone
Or till there's nothing left to do
Or we could leave where we are for good
Pack up all our things today and leave
I could take your hand and whisk you far from here
To a place our tomorrows will always be happy
I will say farewell to bad memories
Never look that direction again
Like arrows we will fly toward the future
Our time in this small town will end
Presently I have your heart to hold
And although time may never give me a replay
I am too lucky to be nostalgic
Done wishing for yesterdays
Day 6: write a poem of any length incorporating every word from your latest Facebook status update
"If you don't change what you are doing today all your tomorrows will look like your yesterdays"
shouldn't use pencil and paper..
To erase and tear !!
Cherrished memory of all that used to be to all that
I can see visions of our
Of all our yesterday's and of tomorrow's my darling will not ever
But I store all our memories keep them safely In my mind for I'm the only one left to remember
them she forever In my heart
so very much still apart of me
and forever she will
Cherrished memories of yesterday and of tomorrow's sadly Helen will not see
Today is tomorrow's
Believe it or
Yesterday has had
flowers to gift you.
Hence the coming
season of February
would be very
Believe it or
would be my
Let him permit
to fly winter-kites
on Indian sky.
it forever draws nearer
and it never stops
and it never will
more constant than the moon on a clear night
more familiar than the touch of a lifelong love
chilling to the bones
more you than not
you will never escape
god never seemed more silent
maybe it's just you're too loud
you plea and beg for semblance
but it never comes
and it never will
hell is a place on earth
and it's right here in my head
Love me like our yesterday
The past, we felt free
The only thing that mattered
To you seemed to be me.
Love me like now, today
Your eyes they shine
The conviction when you stare
Look with love back at mine.
Love me like future tomorrows
I'll hope that you'll stay
If only you would let me in
Not push me far away.
If you push people away be ready to see them go. For there is only so much time one will waste chasing something that doesn't want to be caught.
Before moon comes out to show
Lack of progress I think I'll get drunk
Could make better decisions
Life is easier to flunk
I look down, hide my shamefIul eyes
Heart lays in the dirt
Wrung out, tossed aside like trash
Can I run from this hurt?
I placed expectations high
In the wrong box, the wrong shelf
Cannot disentangle, stuck to my mistakes
Try but fail to fix myself
**** it, I am gonna get high
Life too short to live sober, full of sorrow
Rather die tonight with smoke in happy lungs
Than survive an endless number of substance free tomorrows
It is hard to live a morally sound life.
Me at that oak table
Sitting on that couch
There in that room
of what was then
You on the loveseat
There by my side
We then together
There is where
the good the bad
and the beautiful
Supposing all the tomorrows
were held within Our hand
The days then were precious
Now sadly never again
As I remember
how it all went
I think of you
lovely as an Angel
from Heaven sent
My eyes cannot see
through all of the tears
Thinking back on
the best of of Our life
of those most wonderful years
Since you've been gone
I must you then now tell
I'll see you in Heaven
because I've already
been there in Hell.
A single drop of rain upon the ground.
Like lightning strike that struck rain soddened earth.
A monotonous voice rattles around,
It’s face lit in the depths of the stone hearth,
One light that will forever show me, you.
Path burdened with unforgiving sorrow.
To a life that waves a final adieu,
There’s an endless number of tomorrows.
But then tomorrow becomes yesterday
With the fading “Au Revoir” in the wind.
The distant trembles of sorrow that fray.
Closed eyes of the once forgiving and kind.
An undying love ceasing to exist,
As a leaf on a river set adrift.
A muggy dream walked to me
Yesterday night, all roads down
With the taste of salt and sweat
And the clocks of the world
Stopped for a moment,
I wrote without papers
Of all the things he ever said.
The drama of falling from a cliff
I did not know I was dreaming,
A careful section of love letters
Obscured under leather jackets
Flew with the body, down to the sea.
My red mail box had to wait
For the Orientalist’s stories,
It did wait.
I trawled his journals and poems
Like a desperate lover hunting-
For a vilified unpublished hero.
I didn’t want to be his Halloween-
Horror night or fallen oranges of the dusk,
I wanted to be the cigars he puffed
The rancheras he sung and the clipped
Clothes that hung on his backyard.
The clichéd sappy night fall,
Physical sensation and a tight lipped smile;
I had to write poetry, chew my nails
Chop my hair to fall normal again.
Why did they not teach in schools
To pause poems and eat popcorns
Why did they not tell me
To stop my wiggly sly will?
Lover, I’m drunk in Chaucer
Sea and a monster, now I’m drowning.
Let us paint the house, draw the walls
And say sorry to malicious kids we made
Let us take photographs, hang them on
The walls and make trips back to our sacks
Let us drive the hills, sing songs
Shock the folks and live out of track.