Month: May 2012

Your Back When you leave…

Your Back When You Leave… My tears as they stream The sky as it rains The wounds from the pain My hands as they shake My heart as it breaks The love I thought was real Turns out was just fake. Your Back When You Leave… My hands as they plead The tears as they fall The pain within them all Your smile as it fades The sky turns to grey The rain drowns the sky And I’m forced to say goodbye.  -Written by Jae Lei Nyght Advertisements

Mind Games

“Shadows— they were fun to play with slippery gasses not quiet solid, but not quite liquid. easy to manipulate… …hard to escape.”  – Queen of Shadows ~ At first the room was white. Solid. Pallid. Empty. I stood there a moment, taking in my surroundings, figuring out an escape. Only there was none. I turned around, fear in my throat, adrenaline coursing through my veins . . . The door was gone. But it was just . . . “Hello?” I called, voice catching in my throat. With a wince I swallowed, my mouth dry, my tongue thick. Hello? I thought. What did she want with me? I’d heard stories about the Queen of Shadows, a women heard but never seen. It was said that those who heard her voice never lived to tell the tale. But if that was so, how did I know they’d heard it? The fact alone gave me hope. I stood taller. “Hello?” I called again. I took a step forward and stopped. The ground trembled. The floor shook and then the ground behind …

BitterSweat…

Like chocolate coated lemons. Painful Like knives and paper cuts. Scaring Like old wounds and perpetual scabs. Beautiful Like falling stars and warm summer nights. Bittersweet Was me and you. And now it’s just . . . Over. Written by Jae Lei Nyght

SomeTimes…

“You know what Mexicans say about The Pacific Ocean…? …They say it has no memory.”  -Shaw Shank Redemption Sometimes I wish I had no memory. No prejudice, no pain. Sometimes I wish I’d wake up a child with no thoughts to be shunned, And no dreams to be torn down. Sometimes I wish I was a blank slate of paper, waiting to be written on, or the waves in the ocean, without beginning and without end. Sometimes… – Written by Jae Lei Nyght