Didn’t Have A Dream

I never had a dream
Just wanted to leave
Felt my time pass by
As I sat waiting thinking of it all
Never felt that kiss
That shakes you alive
Never knew what it’s meant to be
Never thought I could
I just laid back down
Watching as my thoughts ran dry
Like an American dream

Years Of Refusal, it’s FREE!

YEARS OF REFUSAL my first book of poetry is 100% free for the next four days. It would mean the world if you guys downloaded your copy. When you get done reading, plz leave a review!

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I knew the boy
Who became the man
Who stood in the rain
Just to numb the pain
The same one who stood
In front of that train
That refuse to live another day
I knew the girl
Who became the woman
Who lived in shamed
Slit her wrist
Just to make it all go away
I knew the human race
What became the disease
That took the pleasure
In seeing someone fall to their knees
These are the things
That haunt my dreams
As I lie in bed
Eyes wide open
Listening to this tune
That will weigh us down in shame

©Jesse Abundis
cover by: Maria D

Fighting Like It’s In Our Right

Fighting like it’s in our right
Feeling no shame
When we break the other inside
We take turns playing this game
Till we feel nothing inside
We pretend it’s just apart of life
But deep inside
We’ve ruined the best
Holding us hostage
Till we feel like death
This is the type of love
We set
An image of love
With both of us spent
And our hearts broken in half

The Perfect Woman: Teasers



Ever since coming to New York, sleep alluded Brian Klecko. Within the months it got worst, he was running only on an hour here and there. Most of his time he’d spent just staring blankly at the wall waiting for night to turn into day, it was though this city was eating him alive. “You never call this late,” or maybe it was life just catching up to him, seeing what he’d seen, been through the things he had been through, one had to wonder if that affected you. “What’s bothering you?”



His insomnia led him online searching for some random person to speak to, but he needed to find someone he could trust, he thought he’d never find that, especially online. Until one day he saw a post on Craigslist with the title, “Looking to make sense out of my life” He fought himself from answering, you never knew what could be waiting for you on the other side and apart of him knew he was better than this. “ Just talk to me, isn’t that why you called me?” But he needed someone to confine in, before this heavy weight on his chest ended him, and he found his relief through her.



“I just wanted to hear your voice.” He always pressed his ear to the phone just to hear her talk, it was quite soothing.



So, you didn’t call to explore our fantasy?” He loved her laugh.



I’m sorry for calling you like this,” He apologized. “It’s just been one of those days.”



“I don’t mind breaking the rules.” He didn’t know her name, she didn’t know his. They were just two random strangers, sharing the things they could never tell a soul.



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