Biography of Blake Lives
Blake Lives Poems
Half Of A Whole
You are to me as light to the sun As water to the grand ocean Your affection like a drug And I the faithful addict
It's almost unjust the effect you cause Like a timid rose you are, beautiful even in silence Rays of brilliant light reflecting on your long wavy petals The only scene even comparable to a smile as bright and refreshing as a summer's eve
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Sadness engulfs me now An eerie darkness surrounds my thoughts Black as the circles that have hence swallowed once dazzling eyes I try to stand but the weight could tip an ocean
There is no longer time for talking Only a few seconds left for walking A lingering moment to merely pause To enjoy our memories and all of their flaws
Loneliness is a terrible curse A sickness with no cure A tragedy in the place of a happy ending It builds in the deep places of the minds afflicted until it swells to the surface
In the end how could I simply stay away? When a simple hello causes my resolve to sway I long for those peaks past this veil of deceit, past a forced mask worn To hide how my heart has been ripped and torn
In the end how could I simply stay away?
When a simple hello causes my resolve to sway
I long for those peaks past this veil of deceit, past a forced mask worn
To hide how my heart has been ripped and torn
How blind could I be to ever chase the ghost that is your affection?
When I can hardly stand a mere glance at my own reflection
Yet still I chase looking for comfort in the mere mundane
Clutching moments of intimacy like a cripple and his cane
Why do I give significance to drunken m