I imapct others, I have a word. I’m chaos and order. I’m everything I’ve seen and heard. I detest resentment weaved in lies. I search love, conceived in truth. With tears in both my eye’s. I believe in the individual and in their rebirth. I believe He created the heavens and the earth. I’m yours,Continue reading “I Have a Word”
In black ink my love may still shine bright. William Shakespeare
The day you chose to leave me it rained constantly outside In truth I swore the rain to be The tears in Cupid’s eyes – Tupac Shakur
I have a peace now in my mind, though the fire still rages. A fire that burns his residue still. I’m commited to the aim, and the beast that rampages within. Life requires effort, let’s strive. I want what’s best for us. I’ve tasted the worst. The fire is ablaze, leaving nothing to the mercyContinue reading “The Fire”
All human things of dearest value hang on slender strings. Edmund Waller 1606-1687
I see that I’m lucky, to have a job. I know it is my honour, to call her my wife. I understand I’m blessed, they call me Daddy. It’s just at times I need to remind myself.
We negotiate the destination. Hand in hand on our journey. I see past the bounds of my knowledge as the blind man taps the curb. In this war of words, I’m engaged! Contend with me, let’s risk our trust. I may at times make you cry, but I will always love you.
Times are hard when things have got no meaning I’ve found the key upon the floor, Maybe you an I will not believe in the things we find behind the door. – Noel Gallagher
Shadow me please, my almighty Lord. Let me walk protected, like forever by my side a sword. No more watching over my shoulder. The Mother! I will behold her. Have only peaceful dreams in my sleep. Give up the hate, your love to keep.
I awoke you with a kiss. You revealed to me myself and handed me my sword. I burnt through like the raging sun. You lit up the night like the harvest moon. Life began again with you. So take my hand and lets dance on the shoreline, in appreciation to the heavens. I love youContinue reading “Black Hole”