Hush The Deafening Silence

It’s building up behind his throat,

A growl in anguish calling out.

Eyes blind. The lights bright.

Reaching out forevermore,

To hush the deafening silence.

And lull the incandescent darkness on the mind.

Lost in the light,

Silent, cold and afraid.

Lies the lad.

Finding solace in solitude and seeking it nevermore.


Please, Oh Please! 

I hope you don’t mind
But please, Oh please
Be mine?

I don’t want much, ya know?
Not the hugs, the embraces.
The cuddles, the kisses; No!

I just want to see you grow.
Older, smarter.
Grayer. Better so.

I really hope that you don’t mind,
But please. Oh please!
Be mine.

Yin Yang

If there is one thing
That I don’t understand,
It’s got to be the Yin and the Yang.

Why do they have to be two?
Why can’t just one do?

Why are they even here?

To spoil the sunny days with heavy rain?
Or to spoil the heavy rain with sunny days?

They interfere a lot.
Because of them, me and lover fought!

It was all too good to be true,
Then jealous of the Yang came in Yin
And the whole thing blew!

I just don’t understand!
What’s the deal, with the Yin and the Yang.

I Did Not Kiss Her This Year

I was doing the dishes today,
I saw her outside.
Through the glass, she stared.
Right in my eye.
Looking for answers.

I had none to give.
And I swear I would run to her
Hold her by her waist and kiss her.
But I didn’t.
I did not kiss her this year.

We used to be a thing.
She was around for just a quarter year,
I’d wait for her the months 9.
But this year she was hurt,
She found me married on her return.

And as I looked in her eyes,
The pain was visible.
The hurt was evident.
Her eyes termed me Brutus.
Her departure was near.

But my hands were tied.
My wife, a doctor, didn’t allow.
To go out with the clothing warm.
Lady Winters departure without a kiss
Is not my fault.