Solitude

Solitude

I drain the world out,
With the flow of water.
Locked in a room where the walls are caving in
Voices in my head come out to play
No sunshine, no flowers
Only rain and pity laughter
Secrecy is where I belong
Confined in a heart shaped box
Threw away the rusted old key
I’ve taken hostage of my life,
To never return to this melancholic world
In my mind I am fixated on one thing,
To live a life of Solitude.
I awoke with the world
Spinning faster before my eyes
Gleaming stars of eternity,
Vanished beneath the earth’s crust
Never returning to this great void.

Success?

Success?

 

Sunshine smiles Hard, cold eyes
Seeming perfection Glittering lies.
Ornamental beauties Feet of clay.
Costume jewelry Gold over gray.
Profound conversation nothing is said.
Pretty, painted faces pretty, empty heads.
They all look so different all are the same
Programmed robots playing their game.
Varied pieces of plaster an identical mold
Inwardly lead outwardly gold.
Meaningless friendships that come and go
Superficial lives create for show.
They talk about things but do they feel?
I’m starting to wonder if anyone’s real.

Solitude

Solitude

 

I sought I searched
my soul ached
for the simple peace
Of solitude.
Wrapping my world
in the sunshine
warm safety
Of solitude.
Time turns the wheel
tears the foundations
healing was found
In solitude.
Years flow by
tears fall silently
smiles sparkle secretly
In solitude.
Now tears have no comfort
secret smiles fade
my soul feels the sting
Of Solitude.