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Serendipity

It’s been a while.

A long, unhappy time.

I’ve found myself searching,

digging

myself,

destroying

myself

in search of serendipity

itself.

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Keep Walking

Look at me now,

Wrecked, twisted and smashed.

Take a good look,

And while you kiss her pretty lips,

Choke on the promises

I was willing to keep.

But why is it always me climbing mountains,

Sweating, bleeding and falling,

While you always walk on flat surfaces?

Steady smart but dumb.

Take another look.

I got the attention and I got the pleasure

To forget your face,

And go to another place.

 

 

Time Storm

Through a storm made by peace

I’m waiting.

Don’t know how long it’ll be until I’m at ease.

Once again we are fading.

Will we find each other in the rain?

Or will it only bring more pain?

Once upon a time I thought we were made to rhyme.

But now I just think we’re out of time.

Wait!

I don’t want this.

I want us to find bliss together

and make it last forever.

And Down and Down

I enter December smiling but alone.

Fearing my old new habits

and who I’ve become.

I’m doing great,

looking down and down,

and down  I don’t go anymore.

I no longer rhyme,

because you liked that

and you’re not mine

no longer. No longer you’re mine.

But I wish you were

so I could be warm tonight.