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06-04-2018

Leave me, poison me with your hatred, oh dear
Abandon me, while I am here standing still
Leave me now or you shall forever regret staying
I guarantee you will be staying for nothing

Leave me now or you shall be forever in my sorrows
Mark my heart sharply with your most painful arrows
But please do not take all my memories of you
They are the only memories I can hold on to

Leave me, but do not take these memories with you
I will torture my mind using every memory of you
For I shall be the first to bid you the last goodbye
From someone with an emotionally blinded eye

(Photo disclaimer: The Dark Night of the Soul)

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Almost

She keeps on whispering every time
She was the one who was almost mine
She was the one who was almost my world
She was the one who was almost my girl
It was almost, but never enough

She was always, almost my poetry
It was almost like romance, like love
Almost making memories, making love
“Can I call you, make you mine?”
It was almost, but never enough

It hurted so much because we almost dated
We almost fallen in love but we didn’t
All we are now is an almost
An almost that never came to be

What hurts the most, the hardest part
Is not knowing why
All we are now is an almost
An almost that I can’t mourn

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Sunrise

Every sunrise counts
For he who wonders
If he’ll be there to see
The next one, the next day

And that very time came
When sunrises are already counted for him
He who sinned against all his enemies
He who regretted every decision he has missed taking
And he who loved her until the very end
With the idea of him not being loved back

And that very time came
When he already took his last breath
That time consisted only of three words —
Regret. Hatred. Fate.
For he regretted not doing all the things he should’ve done
For he was hated until the day he passed away
For he accepted the fate of a helpless man like him
Until his last breath

via 6:39AM

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Sunset

As the sun slowly sank beneath the horizon
Such a beautiful ending I’ve ever known
And as the end of the day draws near
My heart can’t still shed even a single tear

Oh, I know I’m still afraid and tired
Waiting for someone I once admired
Neither do I know when nor do I know how
To stop me from clinging on your vow

Please help me move on with my life without you
And I will bury every single memory of us, too
Oh, I wish my heart reaches its own sunset
When will that happen, I do not know yet

via A Sky’s Crown

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Childhood Memory

Hey.

We once played hide-and-seek
When one makes sure the other won’t peek
We played everyday to our heart’s content
And end every day by just how it went

One day, when our hearts started to speak
We started to feel emotions at its peak
We started to blind ourselves by love
And sharing everything that we have

Until the end was the end we cannot prevent
Like the same old days, we end by just how it went
Who would wipe my tears now with her palms
When you already died in my own two arms

As days passed by without you by my side
Every day seems a pair of worlds will collide
So I will remember that one childhood memory
The times we played since we were three

Winter, spring, summer, and fall
Our childhood days, I’ll remember them all
You are all of my precious days
No any day could simply replace

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Girl in Green

When I entered the room, I saw this girl in green
She was the most wonderful lady I’ve ever seen
She was alone with the notes and books she’s reading
So I walked towards her, smiled at her with a greeting

With her daily stories, she makes me wanna stay
With her daily smiles, she can brighten up my day
With her daily presence, she makes me wanna say
Oh dear, she’s the girl I wanna marry someday

But one day, on her fave spot, she wasn’t there
I looked for her, searched for her everywhere
I kept on looking, but she wasn’t there
The girl in green disappeared out of thin air

I haven’t told her how much she means to me
Now she’s gone, there’d be no place I’d rather be
I’ll miss everything of her; her voice, her smile
I’ll wait for her, even if it won’t take a while

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Unrequited

 

I know in myself I should not love you
‘Cause you can’t love me as much as I do
But, still chose to give my love on you
Giving you with every simple thing I do

I know in myself I was loving you
Without hoping you will love me, too
My heart gives extra beats just for you
My mind makes extra thoughts of you, too

I know in myself it hurts loving you
I’m loving you without leaving any clue
Hiding feelings whenever I feel like crying
Crying all alone when I feel like hurting

I know in myself I was loving you
I was loving you, but I can’t continue
I know in myself I shouldn’t fall for you
I know in myself I wasn’t meant for you