Ian Humphreys (October 1982 / Cardiff, Wales)
Biography of Ian Humphreys
Ian Humphreys Poems
A Dying Flower
Each Flower Petal Slowly Dying Light Whispers Of Death Hanging In The Brisk Afternoon Air Lightly A Petal Floats Towards The Ground
My head screams it can't cope confused, it panics a flood of emotions
My mind, like a puzzle Pieces missing, nowhere to be found I have to keep trying Find the right pieces
A Love Duet
Never Did Anyone Hear Such A Love As When They Heard The Love Duet Each Word Bringing Couples Together Closer Forever And Ever.
There are only two things to worry about.... Either you are well or you are sick. If you are well... then there is nothing to worry about... But if you're sick, then there are two things to worry about...
Through life i walk alone no one understands just what i have been shown
I tried to tell don't involve yourself in my hell you wonder why i'm a closed book it's cos i fear your not ready to look
A minute, a lifetime it makes no difference engulfed in the moment i show no remorse
Unable And Winded
Like a tree in the wind i'm wilting and unstable unsure of my direction incapacitated i stand
The sky so blue As clear as my love for you. I lay here admiring And i know my loves undying.
Like a spark over the horizon a glistening gold sphere materialises a specticle respected only by lovers a warm feeling rides my body
My Every Dream
You are my every dream You are my every thought Without you my heart would be empty There is no compromise in my feelings
There it lies, staring at me It holds my eyes still Draining my hopes and feelings There in its crystal oboed
It takes me into a liquid state of being Full of Euphoric feelings and memories As each water droplet lands upon my figure I am demobilized into deep thought
Fearing The Rain
Its cold and wet
The rain almost like acid
Polluting my emotions
Dissolving me in the background.
No one see's me
Banished to hearin each individual drop.