Simon Quperlier

Rookie - 21 Points (27/03/1994 / Mombasa Kenya)

In You I Still Trust


In You I Still Trust
I have always trusted you despite the burnt
flowers that I saw. We've eaten together in lonely
parks with broken spoons and we've walked on
the same path that had no excuse but to let us
make a move. The hurricane of troubles and
tsunami of dissatisfaction that tend to sweep
away our allegiance will forever remain cursed.
And any finger pointing at the soul that holds the
truth will doubtlessly be broken for the fear of
expression. Fake people will always be like dead
horses, more like written off ferraris. No rerun
needed to prove all I'm saying is pure victory, and
when I wake with the sun in the morning, I hope
my words will radiate with the rays in a prose that
will make you understand that I still love and
care. Tonight the moon fell between my feet and I
thought maybe nature was cracking a joke. Hand
on my chin then pondered! I pondered like in my
brain wild flowers were sprouting, then something
like a plague, but with a sensation of a neglected
wise notion which flashed before my cerebrum
and decoded itself as wisdom, then in a
shimmering technique took captive of my
thoughts about you, then transmuted every idea
to a loving feeling ready to be expressed in a
manner that will never run out of style just like
champagne to a boozer.

Submitted: Friday, November 22, 2013

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