Poem #206

Suddenly we were strangers. Like there was
a wall through which we couldn’t see each other anymore
and once, not so long ago we would spend endless hours
talking about things we don’t remember now.

It’s like all of the good disappeared as if taken from the
surface by a strong wave that suffocated both of us and
in order to live we had to swim in opposite directions.

Not a single glance, not a single smile when we pass
each other in the street, as if there wasn’t a bond
so strong holding us together, as if we didn’t don’t what’s
it like to hold each other tight. Suddenly we were strangers.

Poem #3

Your same old story about how you didn’t
want to hurt me is getting me angrier by the
minute because I stopped believing it as soon
as I saw that homewrecking message on your phone.
Just grow a pair for a moment and tell me how
long have I been sharing a bed with both you and her.

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Poem #2

Just for tonight stay here and don’t make
a sound. Let your eyes tell me what you can’t
and let your body move to the music of mine.
In the morning we’ll become strangers again,
pretending like we don’t hold each other’s hearts
in our hands.

 

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