Author Archives: Ayesha

Pawn in your palm


They say you’re an ass, to forget you And I know they’re probably right But my heart can’t seem to see Your crime in black and white It’s searching for excuses To keep you in my life Plucking at sanguine … Continue reading

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Goodbye


I’m clinging tightly to you But you just keep slipping through They say that you are dying And I don’t know what to do I want to keep you by me I’m fighting for you to live But every cell … Continue reading

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Look harder


The tears are streaming down my heart As I’m trying to tell you of my pain But I can see from your grinning face My efforts are in vain You fell in love with a happy girl And you can’t … Continue reading

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Broken


There’s a hole in my head Though my heart is full And it overflows under my eyelids Even as my face is still I’m terrified because I love you And I never want to let you go But you bring … Continue reading

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Euphoric melody


Just me and the music, dancing together Tip-toeing and skipping, now light as a feather We’re waltzing and gliding and floating together Just me and the music, this moment, forever Now spinning and lifting, now leaping, now sliding Building and … Continue reading

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Uncontainable


I’ve only known vicious anger I’ve only felt hard kicks So to feel your arms around me Makes me lose my wits What is this surging feeling? Is it the one that they call love? Is this what it means … Continue reading

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#MeToo


Tonight I walk away with tear-filled eyes Because for 10 long years, I believed a lie I thought you were a different man And I was proud to hold your hand And travel with you to build a new world … Continue reading

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