Golden locks of tinted flower Gently blew within the hour, Waiting for the Sun to set Signaling another Summer’s death. You just stood there, gazing up above Gazing at the warmth of a dying haze, The sweet haze of the warm blaze As you touched my crying face And I asked for one thing Just… Continue reading Summer’s death
I lived on a hill Alone in my house, With no one to talk to And nothing to do, I started feeling a little blue My only company was right outside my window Just a creaky, squeaky old willow It was there to wish me goodnight And it was the first thing I saw in… Continue reading The Willow Tree- Poem
Yoko’s diary ??.?? ??/??/???? Time, an illusion for all I know. You’re barely an infant, then suddenly you’re a child, learning the basics of life: speech, walking and you develop a certain curiosity. To know why the butterfly you saw earlier had blue wings and not purple ones, why was it scared?… Continue reading M.H.A -Yoko’s story
A/N: I did not check for spelling mistakes, I was too tired. I’m sorry for the long delay -Mama! Mama! Tell me another story, just one more. Ah! You’re begging again, using those watery eyes to melt my heart and bend me to your will, I always tell myself that this is the last… Continue reading The fallen ones
I took inspiration from the real Black Dahlia murder, hope you enjoy and thanks for clicking! The streets are quiet today. I wondered if the gentle rain would stop. Sipping from my bitter, almost undrinkable steaming coffee, I raised the newspaper. Headline after headline, same things as usual. The calming ambiance of my warm home… Continue reading The Black Dahlia
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In my dream from last night I caught a glimpse of something weird As I walked along a bridge In the corner of my eye I saw something just passing by I turned my head and stood in awe As she stood there without a flaw A girl whose face as pale as the moon… Continue reading The dream-Poem