Light from the slit darkened Alarming me of a known arrival As I looked back and squinted He’s there, though a little heavier I searched his eyes To know what he wanted this time But they’re blank like a sea With too much running inside He tried taking it away, my rotten heart My strength was… Read More It’s a No
“It’s you” she replied. He kept on rereading her message. He was confused between “is” and “was” for her “it’s”.
I am not, anymore, your girl I am also not your revengeful jerk But there are things I don’t want you to think, For the new coming mornings’ spirit Don’t learn my body rolled on bed, with bedsheets And, please, don’t think of your favorite fix I.e, to go to work or about to have… Read More Your Gal