Sometimes I do miss writing short no-one-cares-type posts about things like an anime I watched or a thought I had, or games and manga and stuff, but since I started focusing more on drawing my comic (and improving my skills) and writting my novel(s?) I've found less and less time to dedicate to that kind … Continue reading Lux
Tag: Free verse
As you stained your soul for the sake of others Your tears turned to blood Such a beautiful red I'm sorry but if it had to be someone it had to be you, the one. That cross was painted on the ground the day you fell but that weight you had been carrying for far … Continue reading Rebel
May your rest be long and dreamless So our hearts can have a breath Take it, Take it as far away as you need. A consultation? I'm... Sorry? There are no answers left in me. The resonance stopped.
Death is on my mind a lot these days... When I wake up and don't want to leave my bed, When I start looking back on events of the past. There are times it's hard to stand up, but eventually, by the time I realize, I'm already brushing my teeth and getting dressed. The start … Continue reading Death is on my mind.
Never again, Was her body the same? Never again, Was her voice the same? (It became weaker) Never again, Was her mind the same? Never again, Was her heart the same? (It had always been weak) Never again. Her bones were the only thing that remained, the same way they had always been, the only … Continue reading Tres
Completely forgot to post something in a while... Been busy working more on my next novel while failing to get my first published. Oh well ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ This is one of those short-y, fiction-y, prose-y, free-verse-y, things-y -y --------- Stuck in a cogwheel, did someone say a name? Despite my efforts I couldn't get it to move … Continue reading Parrot
"Just throw it away if it's useless" I think that's what I heard you say, but I wouldn't know if it's really the right thing The knife that I carried was always dull and rusted but I kept it with me as a symbol of peace In the eyes of a cat I was a … Continue reading Pocket News 01