By Rana H. Ezeldin
I’m an ocean drowning in sorrows
I'm an ocean drowning in sorrows I swallow the wave tides into motion The sky singing its angelic rythm And seagulls frolic enjoying the scene I am the golden sand glimmer in hot yellow The sun's blinding with a million rays Bliss flies over the silver horizon Destiny obliges that I have to stay I glimpse afar and there lies a bar A bar full of drinks of happiness and spree I see a girl with a twisted face She's so young but seems like she's aged The glimmer in her eyes was like the sun's Only difference is it's not hyped fun The ocean absorbed the colour of her lips The tides washed away her smile Yet, she came by She looked up the feathery clouds Searching for answers to be satisfied Kept that hopeful imagery in mind The ocean heard her whispers and joined Then she let go of her bitter past regrets Watching slowly, as the ocean swallowed them...
Oh him, he stood fathomless
Oh him, he stood fathomless. Not quite certain why or how the midnight lamp posts glow. Bearing the dark night's witnesses to meet the countess OH the countess, she ruled and reigned over solitudes She couldn't be happier to confiscate the bittersweet truths So with a flower on his pallid visage he swung along misfits Then waited patiently for the haughty countess