leaving my feelings

leaving your heart

whats behind the door

will be left out

wheels keep turning

trusting in nothing

forced to leave it all

until i can fly

once more


falling knee deep into a pit of mud

the alcohol fueling my anger

i see you

i see you there

in the distance

too far to reach for me

and too high up in the air.



you see it now

turning and winding into your eyes

sparks and spasms in the light

settling into the senses

your eyes closing

drawing a final breath



who do you love
when the wind falls from the sky above
tearing and splicing into your soul
left without warmth
feeling the shards of cold
you evolve

day 30/ at the end

at the end of it all

He felt as he looked out at the sea
Waves coming and going from a distant land of unknown
Feeling the pulse of life
He let it wash over his senses
You’re just like me he silently cried into the air
Engulfed in a rage he took another drink from bitterness.
How could this be happening to him?
How could he forget to live?
How could there be such a cruel loss of his doing?
This was his life to be forgotten
Love was a past that was denied him
He smirked at the thought of it
Shaking his head he realized this was truly his end.
He sighed in the night.

red sunset on the Dnieper by Arkhip Ivanovich Kuindzhi
red sunset on the Dnieper by Arkhip Ivanovich Kuindzhi

day 27/ monster

the murder

He felt her pain as if it was his own
The cold permeated his skin
Never left to his loneliness again
Saving her was never a thought he owned
He pushed her life away
Heat flooded his mind
She was final

the Camden town murder  by walter sickert
the Camden town murder
by walter sickert

day 24/ tell it to the…

tell it to the night

Seeing darkness overcome her she fell to the ground
Breathing hard she pushed the questions from her mind.
Breaking her silence
She said into the fathom I will stand alone against you
Closing her eyes to the weight
She breathed the warmth in through her nostrils
No, she sobbed defiantly you will not have forgotten me
Pools formed around her as she felt a force leaving her body
Reaching with her last strength she crumbled
She whispered I will not be forgotten

the funeral by edouard manet
the funeral
by edouard manet