The sun shined a brilliant blaze through my
Glass doors today,
Shifting this mind numbing daze built in the column of my living,
With aeons of flying shed dust
That refuse to sediment in the murky waters of time.
As if God stood as a guest in guise outside our humble hearth.
Tears of brilliance and reverence in my eyes.
Maybe there is some one I could love
Far and close, near and away.
It is winter with no blooms to cheer you
In my withering gardens,Sweetheart.
They are as gray and sullen
As this season after feasts and bygone goodbyes.
As I gave the last of my mirths to
Strangers of blood and not.
But there are songs of robins and sparrows and whatever of them,
Still care to sweeten my
Ember of a soul.
Singing in gratitude of nature and time
And better days to come by
Because ’tis a beautiful one.
Last night I withered through the storms with
A wayward bough hitting the windows and door,
Like a petrified orphan.
And I thought of those obstinate kisses
I once wished for as much as the
Embrace that would not let go off my
Ill, rebel of a being.
Maybe, before I move to a better loved home?
For now, I have, however, some rainbow tulips
In a vase waiting for a Lover’s gaze
To unfurl every petal and drench his
Thirst for youth, colour and all that can be used up and ruminated.
Like an abuse you spew out of your mouth in terrible heat
Of your heart.
Come if you may, to sit by the fire.
Tell me some stories of yours, ours, what ifs and
Those that can never be heard.
Hold my hand, as fragile as the skin above my veins.
Dont let it go off,
Not even in an absent thought.
Because I can
With all that I have.