bubble

You look familiar, My rekindled flame, Smiling eyes appear, Spirits the same. Wandering heart, You’re everything you claim, A work of art, In God’s name.

god-given

i’d switch the moon for you in place of the sun in plain daylight trigger happy with unconditional love stars blazing in cyan skies you’re my horizon everything beyond closer to me than anyone before you has come you destroy all the demons take away all the numb a day feels as real as if […]

king and crown

fingertips to your pulse healing hands sheltering shading shuttering you from their radar waves too pure a man to be trapped by their demon trait ways too late for them to make you stay demonstrate you’re straight your words stick like razor blades shotgun click bait trigger happy shifting blame don’t let them pressure your […]

nucleus

our inferno burns our art a discernible fire visible from the start we say the same words arranged in different ways because we’re mirror reflections of our wounded hearts there are endless ways we can assemble waves without our seams falling apart double stitched trouble ditched even sun beams couldn’t tear us apart

iris

held on for so long breaking souls up with the same song looking for sanctuary a place to belong somewhere right instead of wrong to live in truth to be strong to keep curves from harm warrior child you can not be extinguished you have a distinguished spirit and though you don’t know it you […]

15—love

you’re my lifeline at times when I feel my divine decline you’re my refinement defining me a sublime line siding with alignment not lying with confinement and where smiles are entrapments you’re my encouraging climate helping me climb caged walls of consignments you’re my deliverance from defiant tyrants your highness in private is a timeless […]

lightning

I’m past that stage, last that rage, had me trapped, in a cage, for too long. So fast for that age, that page burns maimed, ripped it out, for an unheard, song. Tamed under, an underhanded wrong, as if the wrist of fate. Was too fucking strong, sinking with the current, thinking I didn’t belong. […]