Author Archives: Ayesha

Villette


Thank you for the sip of water For the precious draught of air For the little dregs of kindness Which, in my life, are rare I thought I was designed To survive and not to live But I stole some … Continue reading

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Moonbeams


It’s true, you may be the sun
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Gypsy heart


She’s leaping off a cliff She’s dancing in the rain Running naked down the beach Like she was born to be insane Racing to the water Skinny dipping at high tide Forget about the clothes She’s already stripped of pride … Continue reading

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Always yours


Don’t you worry You have to know You hold my heart You’ve made it grow And it will be yours For evermore Because you’re the one Whom I adore So don’t look on him With jealous eyes Know I’m immune … Continue reading

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Easter Sunday


How’d you come to be so cruel? How’d you come to cause such pain? Is this what you wanted? To believe you’d make it rain? Well now it’s raining blood And flesh and guts and tears Bleeding hearts of innocents … Continue reading

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Your way


There’s something about the words you say The way you insist I’ll be yours someday And nothing and no one can stand in your way Because my heart is your goal and you’re not here to play Something that makes … Continue reading

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Your fire


You keep saying you don’t love me But then you give me hope And I’d rather burn within your fire Than waft away from you like smoke So even though it hurts so much Even though I’m scarred I keep … Continue reading

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