You took the very best of me,
All those years just flew by,
From sunset to sunrise,
I never opened my eyes.
My veins turn from red to blue,
Echoing in pain from your vain.
Pushed down with your greed,
I licked the floor of hate.
You drained my every smile,
Stealing the eagerness in my eyes,
The life ran out my soul,
hopeless and a strayed.
There is a fire in my heart,
It burns at the sight of your face,
The slight murmur of your name.
I’ll let hell break lose,
You’ll pay your price soon,
When you see my success,
That will be the sweetest revenge.
Walking along the hum of the street lights,
I met a boy who had cast a spell on my heart,
His presence was so inviting as if I’d known him
for my whole life.
His warm honey brown eyes so bright
they outshined even the most grand sunrise,
just above his side swept hair,
appeared a wry smile from ear to ear.
There was something in the air,
It couldn’t be said but only felt,
Just being in his presence both
bedazzled and dizzed me.
We only exchanged whispered words,
feeling the warmth in our hearts,
and chills running down our spines.
The moonlight hit perfectly
against either side of his face,
I fell in love right then and there,
and he smiled because he knew.
Not my picture**
poem: by rubieb
Over and over I lied;
This cannot be reality.
You strung me naked of all my dreams,
You made them shatter into broken glass.
Through heavy chest I breathe,
From weary eyes I see.
My mind is spinning into another universe,
a heart that does not dare to dream.
From all the bruises my sleeves stain red,
for all the pain that I’ve felt.
I’ve never heard silence so loud,
I’ve never tasted tears of blood.