Knolls fixed with cliffs In between gaps Grimy glaciers stash. This delightful glance Stimulates my blindsight.
I stood afar off and watched the blinding lights dim Fading slowly until it's all just a beam This is worse than I could ever deem I stood afar off in awe of regrets wishing I could go back in time to reset
Whatever your relationship status may be—totally loved up,“it’s complicated,” or terribly single and not seriously searching—Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to pick up a lovey-dovey romantic book and really get into the spirit of the holiday, in a literary way.
TWO POEMS BY UMMILO
About life and death but using the euphemism of Garden and roses. The roses are actions and results. The garden is life and leaving it is death.
It is the philosophy of a person, lost in his head, lost in the world. It is the philosophy of a person who can't find himself any longer.
A poem describing the horrors of being broken emotionally, the feeling of aloneness, the anxiety and the feeling of sinking deep into ditch of sadness.
The Lion stakes his claim To the leadership of the pack
One more time we are strangers again like it was from the start no one to blame no streaks of fake smiles.
to all the unfortunate children in the world, they deserve a voice.