Do I make sense when 
I open my mouth 
and tell you things 
a bit too loud? 

Things that are 
supposed to be ordinary 
but in a way I talk about it
sounds so silly. 

I mumble on my words 
but in my brain that’s 
not how it works. 

Constructed phrases 
come out as random verses—
It’s all a mess.

It’s a bit uncoordinated—
my mind and my lips
forgive me when there
are times my words slip. 

It’s best to read 
it on a paper
you’ll probably 
understand me better.



They both had their own 

dreams for themselves,

the story they wanted to 

create is now on the shelves.

The toll they had to pay 

was to cast their love aside,

there are rules in this game 

and they chose to abide.

They were a story that everyone 

thought that could last forever,

they were unstoppable and

could withstand any weather.

But in order to reach their goal 

they had to forget one another,

to forget the relationship 

they had built together.

The decision they had made,

was it really worth it in the end

when at the end of the day

they sleep alone in their beds? 


Everytime terrible things crawl inside your mind remember that it is only there for a time and you will find a way to get them out of there. Those thoughts are not there for you to act upon because wonderful things are also around and those are the ones you should focus on. 


You think you know a lot about a person, think twice because you don’t. 
We’re all fakers, we only show and say things that we want people to know about us— we all have secrets and that’s what makes us unique, it fuels that mysterious souls within us. They say that we have three personalities: (1) the one we show to our family, (2) the one we show to our friends and (3) the one that we only know about. And I think the third one is the most interesting one because it’s the real us and it’s quite sad that we ourselves are the only one who knows about that personality. We hide that personality because we’re afraid of all the judgments which is reasonable in this society but would it be nice to show others the real us without judgments? What a dream. 
Anyway, most people think they know a person just because of the stories they tell them or how they act around them, they put a label on them just because of all of that. Yes, you may know them because of that but the truth is you probably know nothing about the “real” them— there are a lot more stories behind every person, there is a deeper level in a person that they don’t show to anyone not even themselves. There are a different versions of everyone so be careful of your judgments and don’t put a person in a box.
P.S. I’m not saying you should doubt everyone this is just me, a person who has a serious trust issues. I don’t easily believe what’s on the surface.