Replay of Solitude

by Devina One song it plays. One. And happiness fades out. What lies in a song? Is it the lyrics? The melody? The muse? Or is it the person you miss in those words? One movie and your palms sweat cold. Dialogues and tales you witness, characters whose tragedies mirror yours. Is it the one…

The dirt where it now lies

  Sometimes a leaf drops and I quiver Not like the chill wind blew by Or the ghost that lurks the day I just shiver as it falls Slowly without a care or effort As if gradually¬†sparcing out into the unknown Lazily as the sun drifts beneath Into a depth where hell dwells Blazing anything…

1:40am – Lost in Thoughts

It’s 1:40am – I’m still awake Eyes open – lights out Except the dim moon light that gives me reassurance Fan spinning – blanket shoved below my feet I’m cold but I make no effort to slide my legs in I look around the room that gives me shelter I have a slight head ache…

End of Slumber

One night, all it takes for memories to flood by, Leaving traces of unwanted desires, missing beats, Moon watching me lie bare, naked and broken, Holding onto what is left of what was once a whole heart. And nothing strikes harder, than the cold realization That the night is still young.  

X-Men: CGI Apocalypse

by Devina Two things: CGI and Cliches. So we start with the first mutants in the world trying to transfer their leader, Poe Dameron – kidding, it’s Apocalypse, played by Oscar Isaac, into another body. I believe the name is En Sabah Nur or something, but I prefer calling him Apocalypse. A rebellious movement decide…