Red eyes, Blurry and dry. Hungry and lonely Waited for a heart to feed on. Red eyes, Broken and torn. Lost and helpless Longed for a shoulder to lean on. Red eyes, Tired and empty. Hurt and sorrowful Expected a hand to hold on. Red eyes, Closed for the last time. Uttered a silent pray… Continue reading Red eyes, Dead eyes
I see you sometimes, on my timeline. My friends think I’ve muted you and am living my life. When those close to us found out, I promised them that we’re still friends which is why we still follow each other…but we’re not, are we? We’re nothing. I un-muted you last week, thinking it’s over and… Continue reading To the girl who broke my heart
It starts with the whirlwind in my stomach, Is it fear, is it desperation, is it when my throat gets caught? The invisible hand clutching my throat, suffocation hiding behind this façade. That here lies all of me, in your hands, broken and marred. The remainder of you echoes in my present, every memory, every… Continue reading Blame Me
I fell in love with cities I could never afford and people I could never be.
You bring me dead flowers, with the colour rising in your cheeks. Flowers that drip with emotions of broken families, flowers that mean nothing to the dead, but everything to me. ‘You seem tired, has it been a long week, my lord?’ Death and Immortality takes its toll on you, maybe I’m a sadist, but… Continue reading The Last Night
With the last box opened in the middle of the box filled house, there wasn’t much room to walk around, and yet, yet she felt so lonely. The absence of warmth. The absence of love. The absence of him. Then again, that wasn’t the him she knew. They had made their choice, her, her sanity… Continue reading A New Beginning
The taste of your blood, so sweet the way it’s soothes my parched throat, I feel my wounds close My body reformed into its perfect porcelain. Daylight find me hiding in between shadows, With every heartbeat, I find myself hungover With every death, I find my companion In this cold dead world. The dusk finds… Continue reading A Vampire’s Curse