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celia hinojosa

(8/24/97 / california)

Everlasting Hurricane

Her voice was the only thing that made sense through the everlasting hurricane
as if she was the only thing I should hear as I went through all that pain
her shadows comforted me at night when I cried in the darkness of my room
and in my visions I saw a red rose that our love blossomed and bloomed
then we went to far from our natural disaster that it turned into a reality
our limit was passed and now I am stuck in this darkness of my own insanity
you made it through with faith but mine was broken and shattered
this distance is a long term promise but nothing else mattered
so I'm here replaying memories that will last me till I'm just dust
go on for myself and the ones I love and love me is a must
but I miss that hurricane and all the pain that came with it
lost in my own thoughts and frozen so I just stay there and sit
once included was you and me in love and madness and chaos to surround us
and through all the woes of this forbidden love at the heavens I cuss
and shall that kingdom above us crumble down to dust and dirt
this love that was once the best thing of my live brought me hurt
but shall this blue jay go on and move on without my interference
and if somehow our paths cross again shall you forget my appearance
don't let me turn you into a widow or hold back in intimacy
I know you don't miss my poetry because of my literacy
but love I know you loved me and I loved you
no matter what you say you know it's true
but they brainwashed you to what is supposedly right
but that everlasting hurricane I'd still fight.

Submitted: Friday, July 19, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 19, 2013

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