Say something, anything! I need the empty air filled. I’m forcing words but they don’t resist like your common idioms. Say you will or that you can’t plus you wouldn’t if you had to, tell me something, anything!
Wings, tips of the feathered ones Among the seraphim’s up so high And we gaze at the stars single sonnet With a dark cloud obstructing it’s sight
Craving is when feeding this notion till satisfaction seeps in and overwhelming is where I fear more than any man else that you alone have changed me and take two steps back at myself, stabbing as I curse this life I’ve led
Things never leave up or lean off, and Mother Nature’s wrath against humanity rages on. Every single tragedy measured up by their loss and who’s ever to earn up to the cost?
Motions of fallacy, fluorescent and vacated, a notion of captivity evades me and we plead in the lights of men, seek in thy heart and devoured by our will. Converse on sight alone and instinct finds a place to call home, but think before you speak or you’re an animal. Tempers not! I beg you reconsider. Now where […]