#1
Originally i wanted these to be lyrics, but i couldnt find a good enough rhythm to sing 'em to, so i just retired it to some poetry... Enjoy.


Isn’t it great?
Her pretty façade,
Falsely put in place
But not at all odd
Isn’t it wonderful?
Her charming pain,
Used in defense
But nothing’s to gain.
Wouldn’t you like
To open her up?
Get inside her head
Get inside her mind.
But, boy, please.
Let’s not waste our time.
Her pretty façade is glued so tight
It’s not likely to come off,
Especially not tonight.
Your slick words,
Charismatic and kind
Make her mask slip
Centimeters at a time.
But to completely crack,
The person she’s put in place,
Would take a lots of time
Don’t make this a race.
So keep sitting there,
Contemplating
Thinking about what you’ll do,
To break her open,
So the feelings can ensue.
She doesn’t come with directions.
She may be missing a screw
Or two.
But once you get her open,
She almost belongs
To you.
#5
I read this a few times, and every time I saw new aspects of beauty in your poem
I really, sincerely love it!
#7
I have seen great stuff. But this one is better than all of them. Man..!! if you are such good at poetry it just explains that you would be so good at lyrics writing as well. I had tried my hands on poetry but to my disguise i failed it just go with my turbulent mind. great stuff man. i would love to read more from you.