Janine Alyssa Navarro
Janine Alyssa Navarro (March 21,1991 / Dubai, U.A.E.)
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?
The Hobbit Can
I am alright I am fine When bad feelings arise I know what is wise
A Stagnant Death
I value life I’m afraid of death but sometimes life makes me say
'...if you want me to'
They say it's a wonderful place.
The Queen Of Every Sky
Stains of his previous pledge Drip from the dagger That he has offered you Wash your hands, poor girl
tsk, tsk, tsk
that kind of pain you wished was tangible enough to be flung
I Slept Alone, I Woke Alone
Devoid of sleep sweat on skin reaching out for you I feel laundered space.
a big, black blur
Your sensual scent, I remember Your soft touch, I remember Your carnal taste, I remember Your voice that cooed, I remember
Should I stop or give it a go bulwarks crumble, they fall yet attend to whatâ€™s being spoken untenable is the clear stillness.
I Don't Want...
I donâ€™t want us to be a silhouette, I want us to be the light. I donâ€™t want to be a story unwritten, I want us to be the song everybody sings.
In The Drunken Hour
In the drunken hour I searched for purpose. Maybe a hobby, or a job but all I got was you.
Oh what a silly world it is;
Frail hearts a-skipping
Upon harsh hopes,
Dreams are weathered.
The Musts are at loss
Rationality is a day late
Yet this silly world
Is all I want to love.