Janine Alyssa Navarro
Biography of Janine Alyssa Navarro
An enticing indifference.
Janine Alyssa Navarro Poems
Drinks And Daily Deaths
Do you believe that you belong In that drowning sensation Where you’re safe as long as You’re constantly inundated?
she tastes as soft as the first bite of Tiramisu slowly dissolving
Itâ€™s funny how nothingness takes too long to end How anticipation speed time. Itâ€™s funny how weâ€™d want for cries to end
To the time wasted upon the stoplight When I hung up the phone Just to curse under my breath As you strayed the white lights
the lesser pain
the hot water from the shower trickles down my back I wince in pain but bathe in the difference
Discerning A Void
discerning a void shove the bat into the cabinet enclose the walls
A predicament That every nice person Probably faces:
I was doing really fine, actually great, no longer having to endure the long wait. Days and weeks were going smoothly,
She got the custody of her beautiful child. Every weekend were spent with her dad’s.
Far Away, Lesser
I give everything just to feel your warmth. But in this conflict, I struggle to stand.
One Last Time
Holding on has always been my choice without having
I follow your every move; youâ€™re never on your own. Behind your every smile I wait until itâ€™s time.
A Ladder Descends From The Sky
a ladder descends from the sky the hands of my head reach out my face drifts off into a floating plate bursting as it becomes one with the sun
Were you really funny?
Or was just I really taken with you?
Those attempts for humor,
they were evident.
Yet fully understood or not,
it got me giggling each time.
But you no longer look at me
the way you did before.
I guess the real joke is on me.