Isaak DeMaio (September 16,1992 - / Buffalo, New York)
Biography of Isaak DeMaio
Isaak DeMaio Poems
Fall, Fall, Fall
I push, push, push, until I fall, fall, fall, knowing I'm empty, it's hard to stand tall.
Blink - 182
Not Now, it's Obvious. You're an Easy Target, Always Pathetic, always Down.
Keep Your Chin Up Kid
Keep that chin held up, you were meant to fly, let those tears fall down, you're so beautiful in that bright blue sky.
Alone, alone, man on a mission, ending transmission, alone, alone.
Piece Us Together
Silence crying for attention, sitting between you and me, invisible picket fences, oh, how beautiful you can be.
I Am The Moon, You Are The Stars
Are you the love of my life? I’d like to think that is true, will you wait around? Because then I’ll stick around too. Is this the turning in my life, or as far as I can see? I am the one that you found, or maybe you found me?
You are the source of my unlawful outrage I will feel no remorse throughout this poem's hateful page.
Breaking These Addictions
The sign reads 'exit, ' she never intended him to leave, trust walked out the door, he's not that easy to believe.
The flame began to burn, in Fall 2006, but the calender years have turned, man, the time went quick.
Face Down, Leave Now
'Do you feel like a man when you push her around? Do you feel better now, as she falls to the ground? '
'Your Thoughts Here...'
This plain white canvas, has a story to leave, letters uniformly formed, read these words that the pen bleeds.
The Perfect Spoon
Went to bed at three Woke up at ten I can barely see Damnit, why won't this text message send?
Check the ground Check the enemy Stand the line
The place that knows me, the place where I will think, behind a sign, through the tree branches,
You are the source
of my unlawful outrage
I will feel no remorse
throughout this poem's hateful page.
Vague memories of you,
I could careless to know,
apologies long overdue,
I don't even want to say 'hello.'