There is a mind I know I know it all too well ‘coz I got stuck up there And couldn’t find a way out. Every time I made an escape I got sucked into the vortex For I was born with this mind And with it I had to live I thought, ‘What if, I … Continue reading Mind Games
I went partying to a party where there were many a drinks and dances and I loved the twirls and the swirls while envious people were held up outside I enjoyed the music that vibrated through my spine And learnt to tap dance too I loved the lighting of the place That set in me … Continue reading To A Party
I have trouble dealing with my reality sometimes. Everything “outside” of me seems to be amiss. This is what happens when you stop being someone else’s responsibility (like a parent’s well-protected child) and get a life of your own. There is only one thing that I truly dislike about myself. Not my life. Not me. … Continue reading A Reality Check
I was blessed. He was cursed. Even though we were born together. They threw him out after cutting him from the womb. They kept me. I took him back in, decades later and let him cry on my shoulder. Then I took a knife and gently pierced it into my mother’s womb.
At first, he wanted to make it quick, one slash and a burst of fountain, twenty minutes to the end. But when he began working, he did it very slowly. A trickle at a time. Hours to the end. With each passing second, the feeling of life grew stronger. As it escaped from his wrists.
He did not have a name. Well, he was a rat, you don’t really expect the rat community to name their offspring at birth! Well, let’s say you are a kid who insists on this rat having a name, then I name him…Dolby. So Dolby was a rat who lived in the sewers in the … Continue reading The Rat Lord