Author:

Erik

Love and Beauty Men and Women poetry

Not Tonight…Baby!

By on December 12, 2017

Shooting away the night-
with fiery tongues, angry words-
bits and bits of truth on a precipice.
Mocking the stars-
Sad with the memories made-
a sigh of longing, louder than a whisper
Flying…

poetry Randoms

Broken Things-

By on October 10, 2017

Is it that the sun sets late nowadays?
or our sight fails as we squint through
half closed silhouettes, praying for days…

poetry

Requiem

By on July 27, 2017

A time will come:
You’ll be scared of your own shadow,
You’ll seek your kin
akin the ruckus
and clashes of your soul:
seeking atonement for your sins,
BUT there will no time…

poetry

Crowns

By on June 27, 2017

Crowns are meant for royalty-
not for dogs and swines,
Crowns speak the language of loyalty-
not gibberish utterances and obscenity,
Crowns demand contrition-
bowing down to the deity
and drinking from the chalices of…

Memoirs Randoms

Hawassa

By on May 16, 2017

It is 6.45 PM.
I sit right at the edge of the lake and let myself synch in with the feel of the moment. Something happens to me any time…