He loves me, He loves me not

The way you make me feel every indescribably spectacular feeling That constant morose ache in my chest The dazed smile that appears on its own accord My eyes full of yearning and pain The way I feel light yet heavy with fulfillment Those feelings I can't shake, that continue to bite The way I never … Continue reading He loves me, He loves me not

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Windows and Mirrors

People can be mirrors and windows for each other But what do mirrors and windows really do? Do they show us something Or are they allusions we grasp onto for truths we need for reassurance Why are we constantly searching for ourselves? Why do we look at other people to show us something new We … Continue reading Windows and Mirrors

Originality

I'm afraid of being a cliché Just another overused idea or expression Because no matter how many people tell you "you can do it" They are simply lying to you until you make it a reality for yourself This is not a motivational speech   I'm rather cynical, sarcastic and pessimistic So I'm not going … Continue reading Originality

Rumble, Ellen Hopkins

Ellen Hopkins will forever be one of my favorite authors. She is most certainly not for everyone, but I happen to find her style enthralling, gritty and irresistible. Here are the opening few poems of one of her books Rumble:   "Between the gray of consciousness and the obsidian where dreams ebb and flow, there … Continue reading Rumble, Ellen Hopkins

5 things about you and biology

We only share biology class together but how fitting that is because love is just the collision of our chemistry and brain love is science   but I don't love you I don't know you   But I know you're French and you're so attractive you make me uncomfortable sitting next to you, and you … Continue reading 5 things about you and biology