Biography of Rafael Cazares
Just a soul
Trying to Express itself
Rafael Cazares Poems
Fleeting Is Our Love
I invite you to a humble abode where the moonlight seems to always be; hiding from the sun.
If Only You Knew
If only you knew, the secret I had for you. I've kept it safe, secured tightly to my bosom. If only you knew,
The Human Character Of I
Found my thoughts in a gold-plated, chestnut box. O tranquil serenity, where are you so? To deliver the Savage
2: 20 A.M.
Is what the clock suggests, engines remonstrating their tiny roars, Fresh air reaffirming its presence between the crevices of my fingers and toes,
Alone In Thought
Alone in thought Like the fixed, relentless movements Of a robot.
There at the summit of the rectangular, upright building, was a room. No one knew of the secrets it continued to bloom.
The Nightwalker Ruler of the Night Proposes his freedom Rights to the depths of the Abyss surrounded by starlight
The Long Roads Of Gold And Purity
I've thought & sighed, For a part of me has left & died. The search for an elusive satisfaction; A desperate call to feel sane.
Must the protagonist always win? Is the moral always taught by the noble? An antagonist, in the eyes of the many,
Warning To The Oncoming
To the unborn, here's a sign. 'The world below, can lie divine.
I'm broken on your shoulder Nothing matters I lay upon it to only find myself Where my misdeeds and storms don't follow
Infatuation And Loneliness
Beauty holds ignorant Eyes, they are narrow, shallow corridors. To those impaired orbs, I become transparent, nonexistent.
Interactions and Distractions, Sporadic static. The Chaotic screams deafens and drowns.
Must the protagonist always win?
Is the moral always taught by the noble?
An antagonist, in the eyes of the many,
is led in by greed, and selfishness,
Predestined to meet his
But I oppose such presuppositions.