Monthly Archives: August 2011

Glitzy Street – An Ode to Orchard Rd

As I sit on the bench smoking my cigarette Watching people pass by this busy street Every superficial one has their own secret Such a comedy as they try to be discreet They carry bags of superficial ambitions Walking down … Continue reading

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Bad Habit

Just like an addiction hard to quit I am tainted by a painful bad habit Beneath all these unnecessary deceit Lies a vulnerability I honestly admit Alone in the vain burrow of torture I seek desperately for an empty cure … Continue reading

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Love, Senselessly Insensible.

If beauty is in the eye of the beholder And it is true that love is blind Perhaps never judge a book by its cover For love may appear ugly but kind If the blind can write his own love … Continue reading

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You and Him

Waking up without you by my side You have gone away so you can hide Away from me to be with that guy You didn’t even care to say goodbye You and him in New York City I can only … Continue reading

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