Star Ka'at's Ramblings











{July 25, 2014}   Burn Out

Fires burn in your violent eyes
Throw you down
And against the wall

Let go the brands and embers
Seek sanctuary
And recover

Sunlight warms, balanced breeze
Allow the tree’s embrace
The water’s song

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{February 12, 2013}   Hateful Day

Crashing, crashing
Anything, everything
Just want safety
Not this demand

Helpless pain
Reaching, trying
Just want to hold you
Not this distance

Cherry on top
Alone now too
Who is left
To hold me?



{February 4, 2013}   Boo

Drip drop
Plot stop
Frighten
Tighten

Tick tock
Spit shot
Frighting
Lightning

Slip slap
Pick strip
Fright
Slight



{September 18, 2011}   Raging Animal

Crashing
Screaming
Calling
Burning
Breaking

This is my passion



{September 15, 2011}   Again

Sudden fear
Cold sweat
Future uncertain
again

Flaring anger
Tense muscles
Present unknown
again

Draining fatigue
Depression weighing
Tomorrow too much
again



{August 2, 2011}   So Broken

Forsaken
Forgotten
Unwanted
Lost

Dragging
Crawling
Wondering
Fighting

Counting daily
Trying endlessly
Dying repeatedly
So broken



{July 5, 2011}   Victim of the Blind Food

Trapped
Screaming
Fighting
Dying

This cage
I thought I left
This box
I hoped to outgrow



{June 15, 2011}   Blades, Blood, Bane

Why the want
For blades and blood
Over words and love

Surrender to
Die or fly
Try and try

Pain is a gain
Again and again
Pleasure to bane



{April 11, 2011}   Cross Me

Pick a fight
Take a hike
Stop and start
Hit the mark

Wanton malice
Curious aggression
Hidden vendetta?
Marked agenda?



{March 10, 2011}   Take, Bury, Knock

Written to the tune of “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” as performed by Avril Lavigne, written by Bob Dylan.

Take this knife from me
I’m too weak to use it anymore
Take this armor from me
I’m too sick to use it anymore

Bury my good intentions in the ground
I’m too hurt to use them anymore
Bury my anger in the ground
I’m too lonely to nurse them anymore

Knock, knock, knocking on your heart’s door
Are you in there? Will you let me in?
Knock, knock, knocking on your heart’s door
Won’t you be the hero I know you to be?



et cetera