A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable but more useful than a life spent doing nothing
George Bernard Shaw
Oh! Villain from the train whom i do disdain For putting me in pain made me strain my brain. Like an animal in chains i could remain Only within the bonds of my mental plain So my thoughts could never soar high like a plane.
“Can you please explain, why you wanted to contain My merriment by going as far as to drain My good mood by hitting me with your cruel cane So that i did gain a sore stain on my skin That made me look away from the lane of sane.”
“It was the calm before the storm
that stole my breath
with its icy silence.
In those everlasting seconds,
instead of his raging words’ predictable humming,
the still left you wondering what would be coming.
His face wouldn’t wear its usual anger, but a death-like grief,
as though he knew what monster would soon be unleashed.
‘Don’t hold it in!’ I was dying to cry to him.
‘That makes its bursting that much more violent!’
I did what I could- I anticipated, and how I hated
the calm before the storm.
Before the calm, you could see the storm clouds brewing,
but the churn of the sky- it was so close to soothing