Dear death, where are you? When will you come for me? I’ve been waiting for you to save me, I’m eager for the tenderness of your kiss that will take my breath away. I long for your presence that will usher me into nothingness,that peaceful place where all that exists is silence. I yearn for your arms around me to shield from this life of pain. My beloved I beseech you to heed upon my request and make haste, do not wait till I wither away before you pluck me out of this misery call living, have mercy! Look upon my sorrows, my battered soul has run out of room for scars, I’m too  broken to see the purpose of the sun, the rising rays only further infuse how I was betrayed by love wrath. I’m no use for this life and neither life is useful to me. I implore your grace death, please come save me. Your promises of eternal darkness  is my last hope, do not fail me as life did. Im nothing but a forgotten memory to this world of the living. I urge you to examine my past, for I am confident you will find me worthy of an end. Yours truly a victim of unrequited love.


The storm is coming

Clear the way the storm is coming
The gathering of dust has begun
The colorful leaves knows their time is near
We can hear the sound of her heart breaking from afar
We know her rage will be great
Her wrath will be like no other
The clouds witness her pain, so in unity they stand
Thunders roars, lightning strikes
The sun in shame hid her face, so darkness looms
The ground chant “you sow chaos, so chaos you shall reap”
The ocean recede to gather her might to strike
Rocks crumbling, volcanoes roaring
The end is here, Oh children of men, where will you find shelter?
The gods has erase their memory of you
Nature has raise swords against you.
What will you do? there is no hiding place.
Children of men, judgment has come upon you
And you have been found guilty.
In the middle of the desert in darkness, an Old Wise man whispers these words
“Alas dust remembers her image and she wants all her children back,
From dust we came, from dust we shall return.”
~Micheline Jean Louis