I cried on the way home from work today. It may be that the weather was perfect, my sinuses were killing me, and I hated being there. I’m not sure I wanted to go home. I didn’t know where I wanted to go. I just feel lonely everywhere. There’s no connection to anything. There’s no… Continue reading The hardest thing to do, is break your own heart
I wear a mask It shows a smile Hurting all the while, I wear a mask to hide the scars, From love lost and wishing on stars. With deep dimples, Smiles keep it simple, “He’s obviously enjoying himself.” The mask makes it easy to hide, To swallow my pride, deep inside Since I have no… Continue reading I wear a mask
Honey eyes are my demise, Get stuck in your sticky spies. Black night hair and porcelain skin, Like a star longing to be drawn in. Cold and shiverings; caught in the rain, My wish to do something to ease the cold’s pain.
The last night before he left, Joe spent it with her and his best friend. They sat in her driveway, looking at the stars, kissing one last time before he would go away. She spent the night at his house so she could ride with him early to the airport. The next day, it was… Continue reading Five
This is a classic by Gordon Lightfoot that I didn’t appreciate until I was older. I like the Johny Cash version most, mainly because of the story of his life and the ghostly nature of his voice. It seems to fit my life right now. So many thoughts running through my head. Long lost love,… Continue reading If you could read my mind love.
She sees the beauty, But I see the pain. A lone flower in the field, Blowing in the wind. She sees the beauty, But I see the pain. A baby’s first cry for his mother. She sees the beauty, But I see the pain. The actor giving the performance of his life. She sees the… Continue reading She Sees The Beauty
I’m not sorry that I came, I’m just sorry that it took so long.