A Poem for My Je Ne Sais QuoiMy je ne sais quoi is goneShe left her 4th floor todayGone to her mother's houseSix hours further, from me, awayAnd she's left me here a waitingwhere the bright grey clouds make all shineAnd now the only video of youare the picture shows which play in my mindThey're tossed aboutlike storm-tossed seaOh how I wishYou'd speak to meAnd tell me everything,your hopes and fearsmy moon, my angel,my Auggie dearI won't be an assI won't push you awayyou know i always valuemost all that you sayCause the only pathis the one you chose;Our pile of similarities a mountain,our difference would like to bulldozeBut i always try to tryAnd be a shelter for youbut sometimes i unfortunately loose my heador fall thru the cracks, it is trueAnd slip asleep just when dawn breaksand when take-care's are being saidno chance to give a heart-shaped kissgoodbye atop your so cute headOr like tonight,not too good it seemswith me not aroundto wish you sweet dreamsBut had i heard youy
A Familiar HauntThe cool morning airCollects the water's fogAnd disperses itAll over the city's streetsLike a shapeless spiritHaunting commutersWho dare disturb its rest
Until it is finally exorcisedBy a late afternoon sun.
Rebuilding the WallsThe less I talk to her,The easier it is to rebuild my walls.And in silence I start to draw up new plans for my life.Plans without love or loss.
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