So smallAnd the delicate isolation crawled it'sfrail body up to me. It's hands slightly curled,touching my face so softly.Glowing with self doubt I grabbed it'sshoulders. Frozen in a confusion emotionsI release whatever let me do such a horrid act.Breathing heavily it slept in my corner,anxious for days that would make it be welcomedback in my lap.
It'll all wash awaySimplicity reaches it's immunity whenthe shoes fall flat on the floor.Like mellow dramatic cars that crashagainst the frozen lake.Spears do cloud up the fog,choking up the inhabitants withit's long shallow hook.Simplicity will reek it'scoward less teeth around your necklacking any wrong to what was done.Cooing the songs of past generations,soothing the mind of it's self worth.Outlandish lights will spread, and awakenthe life that huddles it's self-dignity closed.Breath and Breath alone will breathe freely,taking it all away shortly after.Childhood will fade into the murky waters,leaving a cold and shaken body on theplacid shore. Lying naked in self-simplicity.
You are itYour a scary shade of greendappled in bloom.Graced with ostriches thatfloat among the balloons.Peeking up, aching downon the legs scattered in brown.Cracks texture your soft pink lips.Leaping hip bones stick outlike hills. Pecks round likemother hen's eggs. Towers ofyour obliques entrust your stature.Picket fences make up your bony back,crawling fingers trace the simplest linesa mind can't erase.Poor English floods your head,soot and gunk, as they say, meddle with your face.Troublesome are the expressions you conjure up.Tickles my heart pretty.kisses render my heart secure in your arms.Lovely little demons prance on the silver lining.Will it fall? Will it break like scattered flakes? Nobody knowsexcept London bridge. Cross your sweet counted toes now.
If OnlyIf for a moment people could stop,Take steps backward many times over,Recall their life a second after the bad news,Take an ounce of thought to remember it, andJust Stop The Schedule For One Second. Thank you