Tanya K.Tuomi Poems
- The Ruined They tell you to dream big, but never warn you, ...
- Do Not Exist Who am I? I'm just a ray of light That ...
- Bamboo Love Our love is a bamboo No matter How We try
- Stony Idols Armless and noseless gods With black holes in ...
- An Evening When the sun goes down you can see him Walking ...
- Summer Flies Again As a morning dream Summer has been ...
- Loving Eyes Who the hell told you were ugly? Who the hell ...
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They tell you to dream big, but never warn you,
That tower of your dreams may wreck
I am the one, unfortunate stargazer,
Who's lying under ruins on my back.
A heavy concrete slabs of vain ambitions
Have piled over me, like dominoes
And viscid fluids of ennui and weakness
Are flowing from my head down to my toes
My lungs are stuffed with dust of useless talents
I never learned to wear as a crown.
A nightingale is quieter than the crows
And nowadays the crowing is renown
Sharp fragments of my love, doomed at the outset
Impaled eyes of soul, so I went ...