Janine Alyssa Navarro

Rookie (March 21,1991 / Dubai, U.A.E.)

Janine Alyssa Navarro Poems

601. 'My Heart Is A Desert' 2/13/2012
602. Insomniac 2/13/2012
603. 10 'O' Clock 2/14/2012
604. When Someone 2/14/2012
605. Wonderful Distraction 2/14/2012
606. True Love And What's Not 2/14/2012
607. I Might Just Ask You To Do It Again 2/14/2012
608. 'Teach Yourself How To Love' 2/14/2012
609. Our Dreams Were Suspended 2/14/2012
610. Phantom 2/14/2012
611. The Losing Nebula 2/15/2012
612. Deny The Roses 2/15/2012
613. A Meandering Delusion 2/15/2012
614. Nothing To Me 2/15/2012
615. Slumber 2/15/2012
616. The Church Waited 2/15/2012
617. Stitch Me Together 2/17/2012
618. How? 2/17/2012
619. Is That Plath? 2/17/2012
620. Nice 2/17/2012
621. Just Like Promises 2/17/2012
622. A Hymn That Cradles Me Numb 2/17/2012
623. Dance Me To The Death 2/17/2012
624. Delusion Soiree 2/17/2012
625. Crash 2/17/2012
626. The Sullen Pauper 2/17/2012
627. Hey, Knight 2/17/2012
628. Do You Seek, Dear Knight? 2/17/2012
629. Floral Eulogy 2/17/2012
630. Hey Knight 2/17/2012
631. Bury Me In Your Words, Your Love 2/17/2012
632. Riddle Me This 2/17/2012
633. 'I Can'T Let You Go' 2/17/2012
634. Your Words Were Sunsets 2/17/2012
635. To My Stubborn Poetic Machine 2/17/2012
636. Nights And Mornings 2/17/2012
637. Yellow 2/17/2012
638. Ribbon 2/17/2012
639. Tessa, Tessa 2/19/2012
640. Bipolar Lovers 2/19/2012
Best Poem of Janine Alyssa Navarro

It's Funny

It’s funny how nothingness takes too long to end
How anticipation speed time.

It’s funny how we’d want for cries to end
For smiles to never cease.

It’s funny how promises turn to regret
How surprises become significant.

It’s funny how love for us ends
When love never really does.

It’s funny how our defenses crumble
Yet we are strong enough to hope.

It’s funny how we want dreams to be real
When reality feels like an absolute dream.

It’s funny how we wish to feel heaven
When being with her/him on earth is ...

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Funny

Were you really funny?
Or was just I really taken with you?
Those attempts for humor,
they were evident.
Yet fully understood or not,
it got me giggling each time.

But you no longer look at me
the way you did before.

I guess the real joke is on me.

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