2/14/13 Valentines Day - Claire Petty
I WAS mad
for I am a girl in love
and love cannot stand separation
for very long
I couldn't stand being separated from you
like I do
We are all allowed to have off days
I guess I am just worried about how
our days are limited
Yet mine are for greater than the Pixies
So go on
and I will wait
I found a dimpled centipede, long and nefarious,
On a limb, holding up its poison dart
Like a dark load of sticky tar
Assorted characters of death and beguile
Mixed ready to vanish dawn's light
Like the ingredients of dark licorice
A snow-drop centipede, an ivy like death
And rotten legs like a poisoned soul
What had that ivy to do
with being rotten?
What brought that malevolent centipede to
Then steered the ivy's dearth through the night?
What but design rebuking to coerce?
If design govern in a thing so small - Pablo Martinez
My heart is trapped inside a brick wall,
And it's not going to break anytime soon.
You keep spitting outwards, like thorns on the floor.
Foolishly I step forward, I feel your words.
I would've cried for you, but you failed to save me
And I could've loved you, but you betrayed me.
And you can't say you're offended,
Not when you crushed me first.
My heart's trapped in a brick wall, and
I would've frozen it too.
Burned, shred, and bury my heart,
Just to get away from you.
You said I was the sun, And I said you were the moon
I wish the moon's reflection had told me the truth.
Revolving from the darkness,
smile from my tears,
All my fears rose like a sunflower,
the heart of the rose was pierced.
When you see me,
I wish you'd turn away,
And forget our cherished memories.
All your kind words are absurd,
My ears are closed to the world,
a chaotic paradise.
Lamp of Love - Sonnet - By Alex Bernal
Shall I compare thee to a Christmas lamp filled with lights?
Thous art more shiny and more tiny than ever.
Rough lies doshalle the bands;
And summer's coconuts hath all too constant.
Sometimes too bright the eyes of heaven glimmers,
And often is ruby comlexion dimmed
And every circus from circus sometimes perplexes,
By chance, or nature's wildside.
But thy beauty shall not fade
Nor lose posession of those beautious jumps
Nor shall we split
When we battle with words.
So long as the lamp stay up right,
So long does my lamp live.
So take my diggets and scatter them to kunto!
Whose mens digglet is no more than 2 feet!
And say no kinder words than these;
"Destroy us all!"
And thus they are whose digglet
Needs little enough to evolve,
Who meet a rider,
Go build a themselves a cave.
For now I am digglett, my friend!
This mystery but pants what is under me;
This care, like it shelters, is long and dark,
And now I am king digglet. And that is best.
Therefore, I am immeasurably grateful
To you, for god, digglet and anarchy have taken over.