Apathetic apartheid antagonising anger Anonymous amity asymmetrically assured Against aggravating armies alarmingly arduous Abhorring aboriginals astounding alacrity Accusing amusing alluring abuse Agape allowed anointing accrued Ashamed alimony acknowledged again Assimilate assassins arguably afraid Alluded attraction acclaimed affection Ardently abridged aesthetically astray!
Amidst the daily hustle bustle of his life And between the plans of his ever-shining future I was there, behind his back; along his side, in his fears He gathered courage and flew away And later on, told me tales of faraway lands I listened, ever so attentively Of the pains and sufferings, he went … Continue reading Farewell, Felix
I wrote this poem when I was eighteen and had been through a devastating blow of losing the first person I fell in love with along with the pain of knowing that I was being cheated on, let alone being harassed and abused and gaslighted in the name of love. Eighteen is just too young … Continue reading Losing love in July
I wish that you could really know And maybe you knew all along I loved you then, I love you now I wish that you were here right now I loved the way you loved me too I loved it when you really cared I loved the way you held me close Gently when … Continue reading My big hero six