The Antidote.

Let it out
Let it go
Just go with the flow.

This is a one way stream
You row your boat
Let nature do its job
Keep yourself afloat.

Don’t let the poison spread
A tear or two
You might shed,
Find the antidote
In the same kind of boat.

One chance
The stream goes on
With or without you
Let bygones be bygones.

Your past
Is chasing you
The end can be seen
You are burning blue
You’re now immune
Nothing can stop you.

My Existence.

The entirety of my freshman year
I was like an apparition
Roamed through the gloomy corridors
Each with its own moans.

Tried to create a good impression
Staggered by the fear of slander and depression.

Victim of abnegation
Friendly abstention
Causing a series of awkward interviews and abreactions
I was an aberration
Craving for affection
Lacking the power of captivation.

Constantly castigated
For a choice I never made,
My life was a puzzle
Longing for coligation.

Harsh words used to hit very hard
No companion to comfort me like, fomentation.

Another despondent soul
Wandering,
Craving.

Hypocrisy.

You’d call when you needed my help
You needed a book
Or a reminder of your worth
I threw myself into this predicament
By investing all my trust in you.

You taught me to follow the right way
You told me never to go astray
Now you’re doing all that stuff
Of which you warned me
It was depressing how you played me
Made my hell worser for me.

I hoped for great things to happen
You just destroyed an innocent soul
There’s no referee for life
Who’d penalize you for your foul.

No matter how much I try
I just can’t forget about the times
When we were like the sun and the moon.

But you made me feel
That I should earn your love
All this time I played the fool.

I was tired of being strong,
Some days the strong too need care.

Young And Stupid.

A cold December day, t’was
Innocents souls playing together
So delicate, so naive
It was friendship they craved

Two stood out the most
He was shy and she was brave
An eternity,
They had promised to live together
He was as generous as the sun in the spring
She saw a Romeo in him.

As time passed
Knowledge they gained
Wiser they became but,
Certain circumstances
Caused them to fall apart
No whereabouts of each other
No hellos, no byes
They acted like complete strangers.

He still believed
He could be the spark
To reignite association between them.

She had other cliques,
Forgot about him
Only remembered him
When aid was what she needed.

The phone rung
The boy all ecstatic picked it up
Only to have his expectations destroyed.

She called,
She needed his help
Stole a silver lining
From his cloud.

He was a fool to think that
She must have thought
To intertwine the threads of flaws amongst them.

She had masks to hide
The faces she had,
But he had no choice but to surrender
To the demons
He was waging war against, inside.