Leonardo David Tay
Biography of Leonardo David Tay
I've been in Poem hunter for a while now and I am thrilled to know that my poems get to be out in the open, so you'll be seeing a lot of me (hopefully) .
Leonardo David Tay Poems
A Pitiful Apology
Have I stained you? Did I do wrong? Please tell me who, Sadly was sung a song.
I've seen despair, I've been crying. I've seen the absence of air, But all was fixed in perfect timing.
Out Of Tears
Swollen eyes, weary face, 'Twas I was fractured, much too grief so fierce. The heart that used to beat and pace, Save it the solace, as through the heart, I'm out of tears.
A window opened, A breeze of hope None so happened, If one would mope
Fell upon the hardest, Bruised upon the roughest I will surely see to it, Found for you, a place to sit
I propel Into a muse Like a spell You just confuse
Where are you? Where, in a world so vast? Who are you? "Who? " one would ask
I walk upon this ground, Existing, helplessly. I may only be a sound, Maybe, probably.
Descending rain, Day to day you fall. You're not one so tame, You are nature after all.
A realization came by So sudden and abrupt I imagined I could fly And all emotions erupt
If You May...
I would like to entwine my hands with yours, walking into the blue, And heed everything you say. Would this come true? Well, only if you may...
Mountains, Canyons, And Rivers
Mountains, canyons, and rivers. In the material and abstract they're nature. We never were receivers, nor givers. We were never indecisive, nor were we sure.
Man was created, And so nature came forth from it's creation. They progressed so slanted, But that's what to expect from one of inclination.
The Sweetest Torment
Tease me with a sight A sight so sweet, so blissful It doesn't matter if I yearn, because I know right, That the torment it will cause, it could be nothing but painful
Leave It Be...
Leave it be,
My soul so salted.
Don't halt, nor dare to see,
For anger courses through the insulted,
A desire to scream,
A desire to aim my fists.
I break through the seam,
Alas, after that lies mists.