the endi breathed in life and smiledthe end by ~splashoflights
because somewhere out there
is a star carrying my name
and there's never a (the end)
disappointmentdisappointment lasts far longerdisappointment by ~splashoflights
than a few tears but the funny
thing is no one notices until it’s
a lotsomeone asks her if dying hurtsa lot by ~splashoflights
and she stares off into space for
a while, thinking about her answer
because dying is like wasting away
from yourself, so close yet so
far away from life, clinging onto
the edges of a cliff, knowing that
you’ll fall off eventually and never
climb up again, and that cute boy
you thought you might like or the
cool feel of the breeze through hair,
or you know, just living in general—
someone asks her if dying hurts
and she barely manages a sob, shaking,
(“Yeah, it does. A lot.”)
deliverance.out on the dusty roads paved alldeliverance. by ~electrickiss
over the face of the earth, death
ensued, red and fast.
when it was all over, black strewn
across barren land, love descended
in the form of salvation.
crows.he sits on the edge of the roof,crows. by ~electrickiss
hands loose around his knees
as he looks up at the sky, at all
the pretty little stars sprinkled
on her face.
crows fly silently over his head
as he tells a star how lucky he
is to have her – earnest, honest.
the star presses close into the
sky and breathes.
checkmate.the white king took one step off the cornercheckmate. by ~electrickiss
and fell into deep holes, one after another,
all conjured up by the black queen.
his throne, silver and proud, is left empty
in the middle, surrounded by the queen's
she taps her staff on the scuff mark the king's
foot created when he disappeared. it gleams
and she smiles.