Prose: Suicide

Perhaps if society made it acceptable to discuss suicide, we would have 800,000 more people on this planet called Earth.

Prose: Broken

Broken people tend to leave your heart in pieces.

Prose: Peace

In your silence, I found my answer with peace.

Prose: Thank you

Thank you for breaking my heart. I’ve transformed it into art. I call it poetry.

Prose: Direction

I have only one direction in life: forward.



He has an old soul

Heart of gold

However, may you ask about his past

Those are secrets he will never unfold


These lines I write

Shall never fully define

What it was like

When you were mine

Prose: Masks

The facade is a mask we bestow as the curtain rises. The play is our life and we choose the role that is most appealing to the crowd. No matter the applause, we all take the mask off at the end of the show. Bravo you have played yourself a fool. Do not live your life as a masquerade.

Prose: Spilled Ink

Spilled ink is often mixed with heartache and tears.

Resilience of the Mentally Ill

I have no idea what it is like to be normal

Nor do I wish to ever be so

I feel everything to an extreme

Highs and lows


Intense always

Even on the dark days

I was not made to be normal

I was born with this chemical imbalance on purpose


To make it known

That the strongest people have been through the most

Not physically but mentally

Those are the real heroes


They fight demons alone

They save themselves

They do not need your approval

They are the strongest people I know


I am one of them

Perhaps so are you

I have anxiety and bipolar 2

Now, what about you?


A Nomad’s Goodbye

It’s been months since our last encounter

I can still taste your lips

Soft and sweet


Tongues dancing to a slow rhythm beat

Fingers intertwined

Silky dark hair covering your face


As I lean in more and more

Bodies yearning to be made one

This can not be a sin to feel this euphoric


Now I remember why I have to think back

To when we were exceptionally high on one another

However, our bond became an intoxicating poison


Your absence still lingers

I remember the day I decided to leave

You did not reach out; You became a ghost


It is a melancholy feeling

I tend to break hearts I have been told

I even break my own


Perhaps that is what was so similar between us

Our mutual suffering

And our old souls being misunderstood


My pride forever gets the best of me

Father said since I was small

I had fire in me that would never die


Therefore, I shall run forever wild

I tend to do all the things you hate

For I am dangerous and can’t be tamed


I am a nomad

I can not be told where to go

I can not belong to someone


I shall always know what I felt was real

Something always takes me back to thoughts of you

A sad song, novels and drunken actions I can’t undo


Still I remember the memories

I reminisce and ponder

It’s been months since our last encounter


Dangerous Woman

Isn’t it peculiar how men rush to war unafraid

However, the slightest feeling of possible love for a woman

Leads them to their knees

The greatest fear of all




Is love for a woman who may one day leave