belle femme soleil eccentric pulchritude little roses and lilacs echo from her face with elusive shadow tears. she mourns for years and years… my fair lady, sing your melody, energizing the heavens with your song of the sun and sea over the hills and far away little stars twinkle in your empty soul in your moon drunken heart, tell me which you dread more, the lie, the echo or the answer
Do I dance through your head like an ancient melody, so distinct and historic, yet repeated traditionally? Do I sing through your ears like a blue bird's pretty song, so constant in the morning, promising from dusk to dawn? Do I twinkle in your eyes like a midnight moon's glimmer, so steadily, heavenly bright, reflecting like a lakeside's shimmer? Do I do all of these things like there is no other routine? It's funny how even distance can't halt a fond heart's memory.
Haven't written in a while. It feels good to write a few words again.
These open cuts lay open in remembrance of you. Everything we had, All that we did All who we are, was- and still is up to you. You made a choice, And picked your sacrifice. You tossed me to the side- As a new woman caught your eye. Captivated by her beauty, As if mine wasn't enough. Constantly mystified by the twinkle in her eye- As if mine wasn't worth the time. You bruised me, Your ignorance abuses me. So these open cuts lay hollow, And beg for your return. Hoping one day you can heal them. And ignite the fire that was never burned.
We are the stars; We are shining and twinkling, Providing light for each other in our darkest times. We are the stars; Even though we may seem far apart, We are always close in our hearts. We are the stars; We are beautiful and lovely, Appearing perfectly tranquil, Yet in reality, explosive.
I love you because, You made my darkness into light, Made stars in my eyes twinkle. I was asleep in sorrow, You made me wake up, Fill my lungs with joyous air I breathe, Change my tryst soul to a happy one. You gave my weakness strength, My heartache and pain a smile, You deleted my memories of the past, To laughter of today and tomorrows. You did everything by being just there for me, By being caring and understanding. In you I have found the love of my life, You put up with my weird ways, And still say, "Honey I love you."
I am a simpleton, I have nothing to give accept a smile, A gift of joy. The corners of my mouth turn up, My cheeks lift and my smile reaches my eyes which twinkle, Shows I am happy from the inside. It makes me look younger, Gives me confidence, Shows I am friendly. My smile closes the distance between me and the other, It brings cheer and lightens the mood, It reduces the stress. My smile is contagious, It spreads happiness, It's healthy, Boosts my immune system by relaxing me. A smile costs so little, Gives such a lot, It is an act of charity, Smile and the world will smile with you.