That fear

That fear that won’t let me say

That I love you

That fear that you…

You won’t add,”I love you too”

That fear threatens

To consume;to burn down

Down to ashes,to nothingness

That fear drowns me

That fear chokes

That fear is my curse


I Saw Her Yesterday

I saw her yesterday

In the shade she was resting

I looked at her,such a magnificent beauty 

I saw her move,startled by my gaze

I had to turn and look away

I could not stand looking at her eyes

They made me feel as a peasant in presence of a princess

A princess she was indeed

She stood up and walked away

It feel good watch her walk gracefull

My heart burnt with a desire

As she disappeared

I managed to let of go my breath

That was 10 years ago

I was a kid then
I saw her yesterday

Across the street she was standing

Waiting I think,for my love I hoped

She was looking at my direction

This time a couldn’t look away

Our eyes met in the middle of the road

Her lips formed a curve 

Cool charming smile i have ever seen

My reflex acted and i found myself smiling back

That nailed it,she waved and I crossed the road

Walking to her felt like walking down the red carpet

I extended my hand,she knocked it off

And opened her arms,

And I stared at her chest

My heart beat raced

We hugged passionately

I felt that fire burning very strong 

I hated myself for playing it low

I asked for her contact

She gave me all,even her house address

That night a didnt sleep,I felt a new me

I arranged for a date she didnt disappoint

And thats when we became officially one

We were in love

That was 3 years ago 

I was a eighteen

I saw her yesterday

She walked into our room

A smile formed on her face

That made me smile

She had some good news my instincts told me

She sat on the bed gazed at me

Her eyes still burned with the same tempo

That tempo that kept us moving

“Tell me” I started the conversation

She held my face between her palms

Moved forward and let her upper lip touch mine

I held her by the nape of her neck

I placed a hot kiss on her lips

That set our nerves on fire

We were both breathless and I gave in to the weight 

I laid on the bed,she laid her body on me

Her hands outlined my facial features

“Guess what” she asked

“You love me” I replied

She chuckled, I love that

And that was yesterday

And I am twenty-one

       by MosesĀ©2017


Sitting at that dark corner

Surrounded by the four walls

The almost crumbling walls

The rainwater dripping through the sheets

Splashing to his black dirty boots

Wind whistling through the cobweb-filled ventilation

Paints peeling off 

His gaze shifting 

From one photo frame to another

Photos of her,photos of them

Before him,cigarette butts in ashtray

Empty bottles lay down

Alone and waiting for love

Always waiting for her

To welcome her back into his life

Never to receive a word from her

That’s where she left him

And there he’ll wait for her

Lightening fully illuminates the room

Silently he falls asleep

Her Fragrance

Her fragrance

Her sweet smelling breathe

Down my nostril

It makes me weak

It arises my desire

My desire of her

Her fragrance

Down my nostril


When I see you

When I meet you

The thought of it

I think of shortcuts

I think of detours

I think of flying

How about sinking?

Your smile,I hate them

Cool and charming

So fake

They squeeze my heart

And wringing it

Behind That Window

Behind that window

That wrecked window

My heart beat commenced

Suckling mum’s breast

Crawling about

fumbling with things

Blunders and I

Magnet and metal

No hate ,attracting always

Behind that window 

Everything innocent

Growing up

All but to a resistant

A resistant to everything

Strong stabbing rays

The deadly cold breeze

The harsh words

The strong filthy smell

All growing up

To be the real me

The tough but human


Silence engulfed the ward

It was forcefully commanding

The ambiance followed obediently

It stared at us mockingly

The ticking of the clock

Patient’s occasional weak coughs 

Others gasping for air

The quietness was almost tangible

Swallowing every once of her hope

I sat at the edge of her bed

Staring at her white teary eyes

I slowly traced her fingers

Her skin no longer soft but wrinkled

Our throats dry and aching to talk

She slowly sat up on her bed

Giving me the_I_don’t_need_your_help stare

She wanted to do it last for herself

We leaned  and affectionately hugged

She cried slowly

Cold tears flowing down her cheeks

And dripping on my shoulder

Her soft hum echoing through the room

I opened my mouth to talk

Before I could do it, she kissed me passionately

I felt her strength drain away

And helped her back into her bed

For the first time she was alone

Staring blankly at the ceiling

Sinking deeper into non-existence

She smiled and lay still,silence

Then the wind blew in gust

Carrying with it her precious soul

The entire room was a display of destruction