Tag: heartache

Depression is my motivation

I sit here Saturday night, exhausted but hopeful. I’ve been fighting massively with depression the last two months. It’s still there. Depression never really goes away. It’s a lot like an addiction. However, the past few days there’s been light. It’s like being in… Continue Reading “Depression is my motivation”

Demands of Father

Muric walked down the corridor, naked under the cloak, wandering idly as he let his mind roam back to the night he married his wife. It was in the ballroom of his father’s castle, where everything was lavish. Women poured in all intent on… Continue Reading “Demands of Father”

Kelst and Ayne Deleted

Did I always know this would be the path for this story? Was it inevitable? It’s been over a year. I’m still hurting, especially this morning. Took her about a week before we broke up to replace me. I know, we’ve heard it. But… Continue Reading “Kelst and Ayne Deleted”

Reality

Tears run down my cheeks As I know you’re not here.

Sleepless

It’s a little past 2am. A blessing is the illness I thought would be crippling today was only inconvenient. I’ll take that. The curse is it’s past 2am, and I don’t want to lay down. So I’ve decided to write a poem. Then I’ll… Continue Reading “Sleepless”

Burned

First, I want to thank everyone who checked out other authors from my site! I think I had seven hits to other web pages through mine, and that’s something I’m happy for. So when you’re done reading, or even when you get bored, pick… Continue Reading “Burned”

Waiting on the Porch

Dustin sat on the rocking chair overlooking the expansive prairie. He rocked back and forth, watching the horizon, chewing on the end of a long piece of grass. A sigh was released. “Damn it. What am I doing?” “Wonder that myself.” Grandpa came out… Continue Reading “Waiting on the Porch”

Forgot

I reach to my books for a good time, To play a game of heroes with strength We would never know. It was sublime Until memories were released at length. A book about the machine god, the one You bought for me. You never… Continue Reading “Forgot”