Archive for the ‘Crystal boetry’ Category

Dying flames

  When you see his heart in every song And see his face in every smile When the thought of his arms can make you cry Even when you’ve never felt them   When you think of him and laugh His slightest gesture stops your heart When, for the first time in years, Your words […]


Scoured and gored By hands that felt no passion Skin rubbed sore by palm prints Thumb prints Empty pats and cold caresses Stained by baseless lust and pain   Until I felt it The touch that cleansed me Wiped away all others Singed my skin with beauty’s fire.   It stoked the smile inside me […]


I wanted to write you a poem … but I couldn’t find the right words. I hate when that happens. See, I’m a writer. And writers always know what to say. So I get mad when I have no words.   Logic makes me mad too. Logic says I should investigate. Ask. Seek. Knock. Find […]


♫ Last Christmas I gave you my heart ♫ ♫ And the very next day, you gave it away. ♫ I always thought the song was sappy. Like when you sing a song that says ♫ I’m over you! ♫ ♫ I don’t need you anymore! ♫ Yet the very fact you sang it means […]

A song of regret

That moment That one terrifying moment When I bare my all When I stand before you, uncovered Unprotected Unashamed And you stare at me Blank Unmoved   I wish you had giggled in amusement Then I’d have laughed too And we’d have tumbled in the grass, on the floor, Exploring the thin line Between laughter […]