For The Love of Lady Aria

For The Love of Lady Aria by MG For the full version of the collection, click the link at the bottom. "Duties call, and Lady Aria must step up to the throne and rule the Kingdom of Zyne. Due to the obligations and responsibilities weighted down by her title, Lady Aria loves silently from the … Continue reading For The Love of Lady Aria

Strolls Part II

(Trying out a new style)   Buildings, buildings, all around Clank, honk, traffic sounds. Bamboo scaffolding, held up by zip-ties Prolonging a moment in a realm where time flies. Preoccupied by a gentle grip, Glimmering glimpses of "sweet lil' bits". Complexities, confusion, structured chaos surrounds Simplicity, serenity, calms the storms around. The moon shone brightly, … Continue reading Strolls Part II

In Light of Lightning

In light of lightning With positive on the rise Negative always falling From afar, The charge. The polarities , the gate-ways The realities The weight- -ed truths of futures untold As time unravels at the speed of light The echo The vibrations The accommodation The adaptation. Adaptation. That is essentially What we , humans of … Continue reading In Light of Lightning

Nothing Like You

One day, our paths will cross again One day, our worlds will merge Day after day Readying the way Until the stars emerge From behind the clouds That sheltered you in the crowd You hid from the spotlight -- sunlight and moonlight But our journey is the same Our destination is nigh I took a … Continue reading Nothing Like You

Meet Me

Don't swipe left. Just, write. They say. Write, now. Right now. I wrote my heart away Bled the ink onto the pages Turned them until the end cover When there was nothing to discover Except enjoying and experiencing Life and light... together... ...no longer... running from the shadows of where I was once hidden Grief … Continue reading Meet Me

Couldn’t, Shouldn’t, Wouldn’t

Here's to all who've ever said that I couldn't, shouldn't, and wouldn't (and meant it). To those who said I couldn't, I appreciate the projections of self-doubt you placed upon me. You've taught me what it looks like to pass on insecurities that were instilled in your childhoods. From you, I've learned not to stunt … Continue reading Couldn’t, Shouldn’t, Wouldn’t

Memory, or Dream?

To You: I never did get around to telling you why I was disappointed, did I? I suppose you never stuck around long enough to realize I actually am capable of emotions. At least, I seem to have discovered this capacity to be true. You did ask what it was I wanted. I wanted to … Continue reading Memory, or Dream?