All through my life

All my life I will be singing

All through rays of sunshine and rains

All through hurts and pains

My love will keep burning

Cos it’s like a little heaven on earth when I’m with you

Like a little heaven on earth when I believe in you

So baby these chords I will be playing all through my life.

Love in 2017

And even though you hurt me

I would never hurt you

Because your happiness sustains me

Even though my pain sustains you.

 

 

P.S.

Happy new year everyone. May 2017 brings joy, love, prosperity, and peace to all of you.

May we also continue to love even though at times we don’t get to be loved back…that’s how it is… and that’s how it should be.

I didn’t mean to kick the year off with a seemingly sad poem. Nah this is not actually a sad one. It is something that I personally would want myself to be reminded of: to continue to love and care even if we are hurt and torn apart…

Air

Sulk!

Say it.

Don’t keep it.

What have I done?

Control not yourself,

Loosen up, don’t restraint.

I can’t read between the lines.

Tell me it’s breaking my heart;

I know I am damn, I am hurt too.

We’re dying, this air, this space, killing us.

 

 

P.S
In response to NovemberNotes challenge hosted by Theresa Doughty of Heartstrings Eulogies and Rosema of A Reading Writer.

Day 10 prompt: Air by Rayvon Owen

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Mercy

ERR

l e a d s 

PAIN

 

PAIN

h o l d s

MISERY

 

MISERY

b e g e t s 

AGONY

 

AGONY

y i e l d s

SIN

 

SIN

t a k e s 

REASON

 

REASON

leads

MERCY

 

MERCY

b r i n g s 

GOD

 

The Brevette

Created by Emily Romano consist of a subject (noun) verb, and object (noun) in this exact order. The verb should show an ongoing action. This is done by spacing out the letters in the verb. There are only three words in the poem, giving it the title brevette.

However, i brought a different twist to the Brevette. Enjoy…

 

Day Six Prompt: Street Called Mercy – Hillsong United
In response to November Notes Writing Challenge hosted by Sarah Doughty of Heartstring Eulogies and Rosema of A Reading Writer.❤

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I Love You No More

 

I always thought I knew

What love has done to a few

It destroyed, it smashed!

Feelings Oh! all rushed.

 

I always believed I’ve seen

What love has done to men

It broke, It burned!

Loving oh! all doomed.

 

I always thought I was right 

What I did for love so tight

I hurt you, I despised you!

Behaving like a criminal in lieu.

 

“My apologies, I love you no more dear.”

 

Day Five Prompt: Criminal – Fiona Apple
In response to the November Notes Writing Challenge hosted by Sarah Doughty of Heartstring Eulogies and Rosema of A Reading Writer.❤

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Till Then

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Parting is such a sweet sorrow
So do now I know.

Adieu, goodbye
Now I can’t stay.

Gone, mislaid
Till then I said.

Affectionate, adoring
Forever falling.

Remember me with a smile
So you are glad for a while.

Parting is such a sweet sorrow
Surely now I know.

 

 

P.S

This one is for Robin a wonderful follower who requested a poem. For you, Robin may love to be with you..forever