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Spring is once again my centre, greatness in the air,New beginnings, wheel gets spinned over and again.Taste the sugar from these lips when candy floss meltsIn between ardour and fingers that are dancing flames;How you like me, ache for treasures and drown in mistakes. Break my heart a thousand times with your fists of iceIn... Continue Reading →

Ghost Lily

Old and bored is the foe with judgemental eyesWhich erases the contour, remakes clumsy linesThen so boldly dares assume art doesn't feel rightFrom the way our masters do from beyond sleep tight;Send death wishes to spit lovers, kill them with a smile! Take it back to days of hell when such thing was not,Used to... Continue Reading →

Atlantic World

On the river shore, outside the pink banksWhere sweet angels float through the silver coatOf sugary-echoes that turn all around,Walkers in sunlight, self made dreamy nights;Keep it safe and sound for my star-sublime. Powder white turned blue from the tension breaksAll their hearts in two, confess their mistakes,Noses way too high, they might as well... Continue Reading →

Run

Pray this soul doesn't run far away from home,Been the worst then jolly found rubies carved from stones.Made a crown, the holy blood melts away the sinsIn these ribs, killer beats, this love warmth it keeps;Dark tulips are fed to drain all the burning haze. Run, now, run, guards not far, gunpoint towards me,Try and... Continue Reading →

Chapel

Bells are ringing softer, quick, pray to the skies,One's damnation found in the pupil’s eyes.Does man dream of heaven, scribbling through time?Gives away the paper that he gently wipesTears of guilty burden, takes small sips of wine. Forced once by another, worship what is strange,Never to ask questions, answers aren’t there.Cries of terror, children are... Continue Reading →

Empress

There’s no card found up my sleeve, it’s true,All the magic tricks feel cheap, the empress keepsStaring and so meekly waiting, burning berries-cheeksFor this wonder, golden glimpse when she stares so dim;Is my heartbeat lining quiet or a war drum hears? Taking needles out this cushion yet she barely blinksWhen I name my sweetest passion... Continue Reading →

Alien

Red lipstick to match the tray on which stays:Open book, a piece of cloth, burning on my toes,Alien with soft approach floats, joyously says“What you’ve got I truly like, let me read the truth:This mankind indeed is damaged, melting silver youth." Walk of shame on broken glass for the same mistake,Brown-haired girl at the same... Continue Reading →

Follow the Lead (Short Story)

I.The misty mirage surrounding the Baunilian Islands seems to conceal a hidden miniature treasure for the place has an electric ancient pulse: from the small towns with snow, coloured houses and marble flowers carved on each window sill to the grandiose Temple of the Moon with its high, Doric columns. It can be found in... Continue Reading →

Ladybird (Short Story)

The raindrops hit the asphalt like anger’s arrows in youth’s heart after hearing a terrible gossip that unleashed Pandora’s box throughout the radio silent world. A cashier found in the blooming age and not a day over two decades is quietly scanning the books for a customer, clumsily putting them in a paper bag.“That would... Continue Reading →

The List (Short Story)

The idleness of a late december is ruling over Gardenia Town whose surrounding tree-fortress has become a mass of unwelcoming spears.In a small house found next to the main driveway lives a thirty-year-old man on the verge of putting the finishing touches on his canvas. He is working on this piece since the beginning of... Continue Reading →

True Love

In fervid ways you stare at me, soul greets, Wonderful sight: curtain of lashes, dim tears. One daren't look, rushed heartbeat felt: Vantablack, white mystery, faces pink bloom, Of growing passion until one, withering, fades. There's a thorn-secret I want you to know Hidden in layers of canvas ego; You have such a sun bright,... Continue Reading →

Lighthouse

Lighthouse left, abandoned by all living things, Not even phantasms dare reach sacred relics. Return with the nuisance: on brown walls, she clings To fit all hid ardour, secrets, lips shall keep; Away from eyes-harbour, they wreak ships at sea. In the midnight’s heavy storm, taken to the shore, Wrecked and washed-out body, in mockery... Continue Reading →

Winter Solstice

In the mornings of sweet fortune, steal a kiss To remain through dull day printed on both our lips And a whisper, blown out gold, lays in cracks as one is breaking. Sirens daren't sing such soft notes as this long love making: Oh, how gentle is my creature with strawberry skin! Snowy streets once... Continue Reading →

Lady Blue

Three leaves float in man's ruby hidden abyss As fairies wake up, life's bitter; each miss, The timing's not right as all softly grieve; No blue shades, nor moonlight for sick are of this Dark song, fairies hiding, they truly exist! One goes in clouds like steps, heavy breath: The loner which skies hide in... Continue Reading →

Centuries Left

Locked in a cage with nothing to spare But time by myself for centuries left. Alone in the dark, loud sirens are heard At north-west, afar from seaside I'll take: Two withered sunflowers dragged down in the sand. ”Where are you going in centuries left Of sickness, decay, stay with the undead And blessed by... Continue Reading →

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