How bizzare My heart is still longing for your love After all this time After all the pain How strange it feels After all I've learnt about you I got so confused I've never known you I didn't know anything about Your true life and things you've done You'd only give me scraps of What... Continue Reading →
Be the Shepherd of my lifeKeep the wolves away from meKeep me safe at nightLet me roam freely in the fieldsBut never leaveYour presence is what keeps me safeYou nurture my lifeGive food to my soulCaress my tired bodyCalm my distressed heart Be the Guardian of my peaceGrow the tree of trust in my mindClear... Continue Reading →
Journal of less important matters 20/10/2019
Everything happens for a reason. And for a reason 9 months ago I decided to move back to my hometown. On one hand, I was fed up with big city life, and all the distressing memories that were haunting me wherever I'd go. I needed a break. On the other hand, I felt I should... Continue Reading →
Journal of less important matters 19/05/2019
"I must have been a very unhappy person", I thought yesterday while listening to the birds singing outside. I wasn't aware of so many beautiful things happening around me. I was too focused on myself, my suffering and pain. I had a good reason for that, but somehow I got lost in my thoughts so... Continue Reading →
„I set myself free”
(02/04/19) I set myself free From all obligations I believed I had to fulfill I owe nothing to no one I did my best I no longer push myself I no longer force anything I set myself free From the burden Of dying to know what's next to come © Lusessita Kingsley
Meet my debut book “On The Pursuit Of Happiness”
As you probably saw it on my blog, I have recently published my very first book. It is such an amazing feeling, and I really can't get enough of it. Today a few words about the book itself. I didn't want it to be just a regular compilation of poems and stories without any logic... Continue Reading →
and yetthis mere thoughtof giving upmakes me feelso disgustedmakes me feelso horrified and yetsome thingsare unavoidableI've waited way too longfor you to show upfor you to come along and yetit's shamefulthat I'll settle fora man who will only talk too mucha man who can onlydo so little I don't want to be on my own... Continue Reading →
Excerpt from "2 A.M." poemfull poem here
Stay alive. Part Two.
Brian Carter was an aspiring lawyer. He was in his thirties, but due to his unquestionable talent and skills, he soon became one of the experts in the field. His wit, sharp mind, dedication and diligence had led him up in his career at a very fast pace. At the age of 30, he became... Continue Reading →
On the Pursuit of Happiness. Part Six.
(November 2016) Morning reflections. Something has changed. In me, I guess. Dancing no longer helps, nor does the alcohol. I eat, I drink, I sleep, I go to work. Everything seems to be automatic, though. Days go by, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays... I hardly notice. Thoughts in my head. Thousands of thoughts per minute. None... Continue Reading →