Yasmina Arbid Poems

  • 1.
    I've asked the stars for directions.
    That's how lost I am ,
    have been,
    always will be .
  • 2.
    I'll count stars ,and you'll tell me the constellations.
    But you don't know,
    how the stars are my love,
    and your constellations are...
  • 3.
    I like it when the sun burns my skin,
    when air brushes it,
    just not when your eyes do the same,
    you and they
  • 4.
    From what portion of my mind do my thoughts come from?
    If only I knew,
    there would be many I'm sure.

  • 5.
    Something sharp running across your blue veins,
    not your nails,
    not a mistake,
    just adrenaline,
  • 6.
    At night the only thing that draws my attention is lights,
     streets', clubs', and skyscrapers'.

    Because they are there,
  • 7.
    I miss it

    Dont ask what,
    beacause I'll never be able to tell.
  • 8.
    Love was never embroided in my skin like a quilt, dummy--

    It is simply who I am

  • 9.
    I hope to dust off sleep from my mind,
    and think of you instead.

    "If I raised my glass of liver toxins ,
Total 9 Poems by Yasmina Arbid

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