deflate the airs of death pregnant without, before I give birth to a disease. chilled billows rolled up on my backbone, my kneels withers from its loads, as my feet refuse to keep the faith. i live among the dead, every day they kill me, everyday i woke up to face another death. i want to … Continue reading chillēd rush.
Seaweed of guilt wrapped around my soul. Would they embrace me in the warmth of love again? How did I get here? O’ the weight of sins load weighing me down. I'm sinking into unfamiliar realms of emotions, helplessly. I feel worthless. I want my joy back. I want my sanity back. [ode of a … Continue reading forgive yourself. forgive yourself.
I thought I was a failure For a moment I thought Life has not been fair to me Maybe, I was not paying attention to The little things in my life that makes me Feel complete rest with the Earth-Maker. For a moment I thought I made it Here, by my own strength Looking deep, … Continue reading FOR A MOMENT
You defined me as not beautiful The first day I cried and saw the light That first day she saw this innocent face She puts on me this dress I wore I wonder when I will grow bigger, than this dress Occasionally, I cut myself lose from this dress of antiquity Only to be reminded … Continue reading THIS DRESS OF ANTIQUITY
What does God see when He look at me? For one to profess to be a Christian then he or she has experienced the new birth through Christ Jesus. Christianity and liberty are like swimming in a pool and feeling completely wet. For one to be in a swimming pool and not experience wetness is out … Continue reading YOUR ANSWER IS YOUR STORY
Tossed into this merciless, windy night’s rhythm Dancing with stale face; this bizarre tune Heads upside down Feet’s out of rhythm Dancing weary weird Tick tock, tick tock Its ten to midnight; On long tower clock Outer space; Reality fading off Please, give me firm feet Anchor my feet to the rock The rock which … Continue reading RHYTHMS OF THE NIGHT