What good will love bring?


I think I love you

But I would not tell you.

You have places to go

And I have eyes to meet.

Our desire part ways

In the crossroads.

Our love unties

As future stare at us.

What good will love bring?

When I need you,

Yet not want you.

When I love you,

Yet need to part you.


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If love was coffee


If love was coffee

I’d add a bit more milk to mine

Being bitter is fine,

But not always

That’s not right.

If love was coffee

I’d stir the sugar nice

Until homogeneously mixed

Bitter on top, too sweet down bottom,

Now that’s horrible

Don’t you think.

If love was coffee

I’d have it twice

A cup in the morning

To be awake and

Another in the evening,

To stay awake

Not a drop more.

Can’t deal with insomnia!

If love was coffee

I don’t mind dying to soon

Because I had too many

too soon.

If love was coffee

I’d advise you,

Don’t start too young

Caffeine is not good for you.

If love was coffee

Arrgh! Who am I kidding,

Love isn’t coffee

It’s much worse than that.


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Fed by sadness


I feel an ache in my heart

My chest collapsed

And I can’t breathe

There’s a lemon tree growing outside

Their leaves sometimes breaks

In the fury of the wind

Releasing the essence of their oils

In the air

A few leaves now broke, just now

But I can’t get their scent.

There’s an unwanted sensation

On my right feet

My thumb is firm on the ground

It’s the rest of the fingers

That are not.

They are moving on their own,

Vibrating and I let out a sigh.

I think I’m hungry

It’s about time

I eat something.


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I think it’s blue


If love should have a color

I think it should be blue.

This might remind you of a song

But this is not that,

This is my heart

In six blue pieces.

If love should have a color

I think it’s blue.

I know it’s not my favorite

But they are yours

And that’s enough

For this to be true.

If love should have a color

I’d pick blue.

For it’s under the blue lights

Did we grow and glow.

I have a picture of that

Locked in my safe.

If love should have a color

I’d pick blue.

You once said you liked,

My nail paint

And I remember they were blue,

Like corals under the sea.

If love is a color

I would say it’s blue

The blue skies and oceans

Have witnessed love for centuries

And they’ll know that I’m lying

If I say another name.

If love is a color

I would say it’s blue.

Bright is it and

Shades no same

And if I think it’s blue

Shouldn’t it be true.

And now it’s your turn

What is the color of love to you?

What color do you see your love in?

To me it’s blue.


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Do you see love?


We yearn for love

From centuries ago

The pure kind of one

We read on books,

From hundred years back.

But hundred years from now

People then will look back,

At us and our love

Just the way we have it now

And maybe they’ll think the same.

So now look into my eyes and say,

Do you see love?


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Before I was dead

When I die

You’ll find my diary and

Written inside it’s pages

Are words that will make you

Despise me or love me

But either way

I’ll be dead and

I wish you would have

Read, loved or hated me

Before I was dead.


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Rooted in heart


You planted a seed in my heart

It grew tall, it grew wide

The roots went deep inside my heart

Flowers bloomed and fruits it bore.

But when you left

You cut down the tree

Timbeerrr. . . . . It fell

Now without the tree and it’s roots

The soil above my heart erroded

And the blood inside it corroded

And my love went stale.


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