Don’t try to stop me, You won’t be able to When the time comes I will be glad to go; When I go I swear I will be glad Continuance seems tortuous Why continue? Is it the guilt we fear? Devastation remains, When the person is gone, Are my thoughts then, guilty? … More Some Haikus
What Do I know? Not much at all, I know I am often confused, And do not understand the world around me, I know that other people are at best, enigmas And at worst, actively hostile It is all meaningless in the end, Of that I am quite sure, But other than that, I know … More Poem – What Do I Know Anyway?
I am a red blob of pain, Black, burned and cracked, My legs and arms have left me, Stump-like I shuffle, directionless, A disembodied torso which will not die, Serrated blades point the way, All I know are knives, Don’t talk to me of life, What has life ever done for me? What has it … More Poem – Untitled
Which is better? To have lived or to have never been born? To die or to continue with an unsatisfying life? To continue in pain, Or to risk change, which can itself cause pain? This is no poem, It’s just me asking myself, What happens next, What would I like it to be? Do I … More Poem – Of Sorts
All I know is I’m in pain And it bloody hurts I cried today in therapy, It was all too much, you see And all I know is, It hurts Money is a curse, Work is worse, Not having either makes me terse, And all I know is, I’m in pain, The sourness of these … More Poem – Pain
He left the castle and walked along the beach Which now was only rocks and shale, The sand having died a long and slow death With wind eroding what was left, And the sea was like tacks, Droplets transmuted into metal Which none imagined crossing, Needles jabbing feet, Imagined pain preventing it, And all impossible, … More Poem – No Crossing