The PianistThe pianist, oh so bright,
gives way to her creative light.
The melodic tapping of the keys,
her hidden talent no one sees.
She smiles with satisfaction
with only the air giving reaction,
she doesn't know that he could see
what her potential could truly be.
With a weak smile,
he stared at the pile,
of Beethoven's, Mozart's, and handwritten songs,
he knew now why she longs,
for the solitary life.
Never imagining herself a wife,
he smiles and walks over,
as she plays "Cliffs of Dover."
At the startling strike of a note in B Major,
she knew that he could never be a stranger.
The ring in his hand was his love, professed.
The pianist, oh so bright, gave her left hand a rest.
Lovely DelusionsYou are amazing.
Like an eclipse of the moon,
the death of a star,
and the birth of a planet.
Sparkle like emeralds
infused with white gold
and dark turquoise.
Your hair is
black as the night,
brown as the autumn leaves,
and long as the empty horizon.
sweet as any flower
that God ever created.
You're mommy's little angel.
Alexei, my love, return to me.
DecimateFear grips at my throat.
Breaks the levy,
throws my limbs,
steals my breath.
I fall, you remain,
NueveYou're simple really.
Carbon, water, and proteins,
all mixed together into a
A MileCome with me.
The nights are lonely and
the days are painfully simple.
Walk with me a mile in my shoes.
how addictive you are my darling.
You enchant me with your sweetness,
and drown out the bitter pain,
all while singing an intoxicating lullaby.
I'm slipping into the unknown dimensions.
Unconscious, you gather my sighs,
steal my heart,
and let me dream of broken wings.
Let me fall with you to hell.
The Inseperable Cause -PartialIt seemed the turmoil had settled, after all, Scarmalatia's army had drawn a cease fire with The Empire of Maulum. That wasn't the case, however, for a small group named The Estonian Revolutionaries were staging an internal coup against the hard nosed dictators that ruled over their lives. Little did Kayorakan know, the country he just signed a treaty with was secretly his worst enemy. Between the revolutionaries and the Empire of Maulum, his country's military was exhausted, leaving it vulnerable to attack. He thought these issues were separate, but he couldn't be more wrong. The Empire of Maulum and The Estonian Revolutionaries were working together in a plan to override the government's decision to decrease the citizen's rights, and they would do whatever it takes to stop it. Even if it means nuclear warfare, if that was the price they had to pay, then that was that. It had to be done.