I should have learned computer science So I’d have a job, Practical procedures I can carry out with ease. Instead I trudged through biochem out of sheer will – And now I’m left without a marketable skill.
My father’s yelling constantly about “real life”, Says I’m irresponsible and unaware of toil, That my head is in the clouds and I’m out of the world – Before he takes my keys and leaves to change my oil.
My boyfriend-type-thing-I-don’t-touch Is up-to-date on techy things, Meanwhile I have broken three mp3 players, Three...
Standing by brighton pier I think of nothing but you, how happy and peaceful it would be in this view, walking beside you as we walk two dogs trying to find a pew, strolling down the lanes with our coffee brew I can’t think of nothing else other than my hands & arms holding you.
Hereinabove me, the blue of the celestial heavens domed, flapping of the angelic wings so profound. Hereinbelow me, the black of the earthly netherworld entombed, enticement from raspy whispers the only sound.
I stood beside the altar. Hereinabove my scorched soul, the heavens domed, and on I scrutinized the trickling in of the light gasping for the darkness.
The blue of the day glazed the firmament spotlessly. And beside the dirty feet of purgatory’s midair, in conviction to feel heaven’s stare, arched above me...
Food is ugly, words are false; Finish your plate or else! Starving hungry with eyes that cannot see; Understand, I just don’t want to eat.
Never been a vegetarian; Bacon is too good at being the best meat. Open fridge to a room full of emptiness; Shelves so full of complete blandness, so complete.
Never needed a witness to confess; Willingly I show you around my head. My heart and soul may be connected, But my brain and stomach are not even friends. They cannot relate, my empty plate, Wasting away, happy...
Hey barista I see you pouring confessions I know everybody’s got their own I witness everybody swallowing them Yeah people come and they go Lips praying on pristine teacups It’s an instant private moment I walk away in this hymn alone I guess we’ve all got our own religion.