Moving On

The crossroad is where you and I first met, I inched forward whilst you raced on ahead, Neither of us knew what was in store But I sought direction and you just wanted… “more”. Here we meet again, at this crossroads, my friend; Me? I never left, merely needed the rest. You ran in circles … Continue reading Moving On

World Puns

She said she comes from Limerick. I thought she said "I like limericks". He, however, came from Labrador. I thought he had a labrador. "I want to visit Hungary," said Hugh. I told them "Hugh is hungry!" My parents had a nice trip to Bath but did not bring back a bath. Brother wanted to … Continue reading World Puns

The Narcissist and The Masochist

Such twisted bliss A blissful twist The masochist and the narcissist She knows he will break her Yet still lets him take her For brokenness was all she had known And heartlessness was where she had grown Hopelessly alone, she drew her conclusions It was a world without love, only illusions A place overcome by … Continue reading The Narcissist and The Masochist

The Path Not Taken

I looked at old pictures Of you and of us Trying to muster an apology For not being "good enough" All that came out Were words of honest truth "I'm sorry that I was never Broken enough for you" For months I kept trying To go back and apologise Kept thinking I'd done wrong That … Continue reading The Path Not Taken

Reflective Rambles

(This ramble rambles on a little, beware.) So what that I used to be more extroverted and now I'm more introverted? So what that I used to care about the material world and now I care about the metaphysical one? So what that my room is chaotic when the wars in my head have finally … Continue reading Reflective Rambles

I Come From A City Where…

I come from a city where... Kids can make computer games But don't know how to ride a train Teens can ace quantum physics But have no clue about budget sheets College kids can start revolutions But with love they've no solution Thirty year olds still watch cartoons But can't define platoon or harpoon Forty … Continue reading I Come From A City Where…

Kindness is Not Weakness

She looked at me with insecurity in her eyes, as if pleading for sympathy. I couldn't. Much as I tried to muster up a shred of compassion, she had used up the last ounce left in me. Used it up on some medial triviality that was, if anything,  inconsequential to the matter at hand. For … Continue reading Kindness is Not Weakness