Fed Up (Poem #47)

The taste of my wrath
will make you forget
how sweet I once was

I swear, the taste of my rage
will make all your love fade

The girl you liked
and the girl you loved
got fed up
with the lies and betrayal
the curses and the fake apologies Continue reading Fed Up (Poem #47)

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Among All Comparisons (Poem #46)

Romantic novels made me believe
that love is a bunch of poetic comparison
between a masterpiece and a person

A gentleman found on pages
would recite how his woman resembles the sun
and sometimes the night sky Continue reading Among All Comparisons (Poem #46)

Myself, Before Anyone Else (Poem #41)

I change my skin
every now and then
if we built sparks some time ago
I hope you know that it won’t last long
and you could’ve seen
that my smile is be genuine
and I could have loved you despite the flaws
and everything in between
however,
the moment you stepped on me
just for yourself
was the exact moment
that I decided to set you free.

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Different Lives (Poem #40)

She slept tonight
holding her pillow tight
on the other side of town

He fell asleep with his arms wrapped
around the girl he thought he’d end up with

It was more of a coincidence
when they woke up one morning
bumped into each other
complete strangers who later on
ended up sleeping years later
with arms wrapped around each other.

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The Girl Who Rarely Speaks (Poem #38)

There was a girl with a regular voice
and not using it was her choice
to her mother she never said
“buy me this” and “buy me that”
instead she crossed her fingers and thinks
“I hope she does”

The girl grew up to be a fine young woman
when people ask why she seldom talks
her friends would say, “she’s just too shy” Continue reading The Girl Who Rarely Speaks (Poem #38)