All posts tagged: Sadness

Sadness

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dramatic night shot of full moon peeking through bare branches of trees

Sadness is leaking Like broken plumbing Sewage of pain Better out than in ey? Trying to stop the leak With bad habits Chocolate Mainly No drugs Never drugs Brain on emotional rollercoaster And it keeps spilling everywhere If you don’t watch it It will stick to you After a hug with me I don’t want that So I leave Walk alone In the dark In the woods I am not scared I am the woods […]

My Sadness

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Creeps up on me Unexpectedly In the most inconvenient moment In monthly ebb and flow Expedited by grief—about changes Grief about having to let go Grief about accepting that which once was is no more Grief about could-have-beens Grief about loss In monthly ebb and flow The grief is brought to the fore The ebb and flow of life Will always be bittersweet A tear for the past A smile for the present And the […]

Your Hate

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Your Hate is an empty echo You scream it into the voids of the virtual realm It shows shallow understanding: Of yourself, your behaviour, your ignorance, Your manipulation, your anger, your violence Your Hate does not reach me No matter how hard you try Because it aims at a person—a version you created of me—that does not exist Your Hate attacks a projection of your own pain—not me Yet you cannot see this Because Your […]

Is the ocean really full of tears?

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Cried by mermaids? Cried by you? I wonder. I ponder. As I watch tiny droplets turn from crimson to gold. Who else would cry so much? All the wars? The ones with weapons, the ones without. There is no space for tears. All the hunger? From lack of food, from lack of love. There is no energy for tears. All the violence? Sin against bodies, sin against souls? There is no breath for tears. So […]