Hayley Lewis Poems
|1.||Hush Little Bells||6/1/2007|
|7.||Adrenaline Is My Mistress||9/18/2014|
|10.||Creator Of Destruction||9/19/2014|
|18.||You Are My Addiction||9/19/2014|
|21.||To The Most Amazing Man Who Ever Lived||9/19/2014|
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Rigid denials carved reflections in the floor
In beer drenched coats and thrown away inhabitations
Tussled hair and sweat soaked shirts
Throwing caution to the wind
Dancing to personified emotion
Your eyes leaking sonnets while you wake
Dazzled and unsuspecting in the absence of light
I mime your words with you
Tearing every inch of sanity to hear that voice
Dancing to the essence of life
Yet those words leak into my blood as you did
Circulate my deepest wishes and fears
Hair flung to hide my eyes
My laughter bent and bitter so you won’t ...
Hush Little Bells
Hush little bells; your euphoria is my insanity
Constant and deafening; you bleed me of thought
Shall I pluck the rose from my garden, and flatten it for my collection?
Answer me now!
It is rude to play ignorant at my expense
You will chime when I say you must
And always listen when I talk to you.
Sweet silence with my herbal fluid too hot yet for my lips