May 12, 2012

Solitary Belief

There lived a man,
Who thought of the world as cruel,
Until he'd met the girl,
Who made his life feel like a jewel.

He would take his dose,
Hysterical and thumped like a fish,
Flatter her with his prose,
And imagine a world full of bliss.

They'd meet under staircases,
While breezes ensued,
Blew her hair and he carved,
What he thought he only knew.

So, a story unfold,
Of a solace man's misery
And his ventures as he roamed,
With all his dignity.

Cherishing their lives,
That ended in a tragedy,
As it had come to suffice,
With a tragic memory.

When the door opened to his life,
And he looked in,
It only felt like it was right,
Till time erased everything.

Broken and torn apart,
With what left him alone,
His silence saw flak,
As he began to mourn.

And silence was what silence could be,
When love would astray and leave behind
What we see, hide and believe
But, always fail to find.

"Oh, awakening,
You came soo late,
You drowned him into craving,
And you made him wait"

And now it's been a while since he drew her,
Close enough to never let go,
He waited like a lover to hold her,
And died, as she could never know.