Forget Forgetting

Forgetting memories is like sailing the ocean and forgetting how to read the stars. You know they're always up there; You know that they're constant, but clouds sometimes hide them away and our eyes can grow weary and our prospects turn blurry— leading our ship astray. No matter the season, No matter the reason, there's … Continue reading Forget Forgetting



If heavy rain and hurricane Can dispel this savage gloom, I'd give myself to them completely Than be swallowed up alive by doom— I'm numb, not dumb; Shattered and blurred. Fallen too deep, My bones all weep. But, there is just vast emptiness; No sign of rain and hurricane; Just space, silence, and melancholy That … Continue reading Jailed