That's how I know you love him, it took me a while to realise but even when you needed to be on your own, away from people, your troubles and the world, you'd invite him over all the same. Time on your own meant time with him. I hope I find a love like that.
When you said I love you for the very first time, my whole room lit up with stars dancing across the ceiling, down the walls and filling up the sky. The room became so bright, I could barely even see, that's what your love did to me. When you said I love you for the... Continue Reading →
I'm hopeful that one day I won't wake up and say Good Morning, I love you for it to be the last time that I ever saw you.
I look at him and he takes me away to the middle of the sea. Together we are drifting, together we are free. We're hand in hand and floating, miles from the sand, we are so far in the water, we can not see the land. We stare up at the stars, he is the... Continue Reading →
Lone moon in the sky, We could get on, you and I, For you are alone, Making waves in the sea, And people say I'm a storm, Waiting to be freed, Conjuring storms in the blink of an eye, Crashing waves to the shore, Taking in passers-by, Our anger unleashed, Our power never will decrease,... Continue Reading →
You can go anywhere you want in the world, but you must first check in your baggage.
She sees everyone, In all different shades of grey, But when she saw you, She could not believe her eyes, You was all different colours. Your smile shined deep red, Your hair was a mousy brown, Your cheeks blushed with pink, And your eyes a green sea blue. The colours bounced off of you. And... Continue Reading →
It is easy, when you love books, to start the year having set yourself targets to read more. Perhaps you have even put numerical claims out there about just how many books you are going to read. Then you blink and suddenly its October and you haven't read nearly as many books as you were... Continue Reading →
There is this 80 year old woman, Living on my street, Except every time I see her, She's always on her feet. She's searching day and night, All seven days a week, She's looking for her brother, She lost playing hide and seek. She often tells her story, Of the day he disappeared, She says... Continue Reading →