Not all Christmases are merry some Decembers aren’t very bright If you’re experiencing sorrow or pain be at peace, hear it said, ‘it’s alright’ You don’t have to force cheerfulness it can be sad to look at the lights Some Christmas memories aren’t jolly and it’s not enjoyable to see the sights Perhaps you’re lonely, far from lovers orContinue reading “Not All Christmases Are Merry (with audio)”
My life was numb living through the hours in a disconnected haze nothing to look forward to except a colourless sunrise Then you came along and with you I felt something seen and safe I felt something no longer alone It didn’t last now you’re gone but I’m no longer numb I still feelContinue reading “Burnt To Life”
Bleed me dry take every one of my emotions leave me with nothing… nothing to obsess over to mourn to miss or want to kiss
It’s too painful to be herein this city full of souls I am alone and disoriented in the streets. Winter has taken overthe familiar venues are so coldthe food has no taste and the coffee is weak. After all this time my body aches with the loss of warmth and the soothing sounds of conversation. There’s noContinue reading “Too Painful”
When you ask me how I am And I tell you that “I’m fine”, It means I’ve cried too many tears And breathed a multitude of sighs. If my words seem pretty vague, Well, I do it by design, Because I don’t want you to know, Underneath I’m not so fine.
The world is too hot for me tonight. I have blisters on my heart from witnessing so much sadness around me. The heat rises from the pains of humanity and I suffer from heatstroke. I feel the fire, Fires all around. Some are oh so near, While others flame on distant shores. The stories ofContinue reading “Blister”
I felt like throwing my own heart across the room– anything to get away from the burning anger inside my chest. As I sat there, with waves pulsing through my heart I realised– it wasn’t anger after all it was my pain my lingering loneliness and enduring exhaustion. I was burning up with grief overContinue reading “Burning grief (with audio)”