Saturday, June 25, 2016

I Should Have

I arose early this morning
In an abyss remorse
Of what I should’ve done
When you were around

When I was chasing after the wind
I should’ve stopped by your station
Only to say hello to your lone spirit
And when I was climbing
A dead-end tower to the top
I should’ve opened my blind eyes
Only to see that you were beneath

When I was buried
In the fantasy of my room alive
I should’ve opened my window
At least to let the light inside
And when I was a selfish Emperor
I should’ve opened my world
At least to let new born

When I heard an imploring knock
I should have hurried to the door
And open it before it was too late
And when you came by my side sobbing
I shouldn’t’ve undone my sword’s cane
Only to let your wound heal first

When you waved your hands
Helplessly sinking in my sea
I should’ve stopped my ship
To save you before expiring
And when you showed up
From other side of the road
I should’ve lowered down
My spaceship and let you in

When you appealed
I should’ve opened my book
To your favorite chapter
And when your heart
Was haunted with despair
I should’ve showed up from corner
For your smile to arise again

Now I stand alone in my universe
For my stupidity exceeded reality
And heart is reciting nonsense verse
Of what I should’ve done in past

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

(Apology of Not Posting)

It is my heartfelt duty to present my reason of spending two consecutive Saturdays without posting anything.
From 9th June, I've been seriously sick that I couldn't make it either to write anything new, or to stand anything with so much light like phone and computer screen therefore I had to wait my full recovery.
I will resume posting again this coming Saturday on 25th and I'm looking forward to hear from you again.
Oh, I hope your calendars are still marked 18th of July. Nothing has changed to the publication of Heart a Poet Cannot Tell.