Poetry

On Anxiety

I spend my Nights in Thrifty silences Expended Exhausted by the Undeciphered Anatomy of my Emotions Endorphins forgetting Their Pathways Food fails me Pleasures escape My being. I spend my Days Nestled in the Long burrow Of darkness, numb In the envelope of Hieroglyphs- what is Wrong with you? My mother Asks me, her Eyes… Continue reading On Anxiety

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Poetry

Entropy

I can't speak And my Thoughts are trapped Inside The prison walls of My clenched teeth, yellow Walls of prison, softened by Experience My sorrows fly away Like Pelicans off an island I can't let out my Screams Which escape as Terminal Fires, ashes, as Mortality dissolves, too I can't cry My words attrition Like… Continue reading Entropy