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Wrong Place At The Wrong Time

And there’s still turns on back roads I make thinking of you. But it’s not just you that crosses my mind when I’m back home and I clench the necklace you gave me, that still hangs where you left it. I think of your sister

Someday someone will love You

Someday someone will love every inch of you — the fading sunset behind your eyes, the moonlight that dances through your hair, the sadness nestled in the creases of your palms. They’re going to kiss all the parts you have kept hidden away and tell

This is How You Lose Her.

You lose her when you forget to remember the little things that mean the world to her: the sincerity in a stranger’s voice during a trip to the grocery, the delight of finding something lost or forgotten like a sticker from when she was five,

This Is My Goodbye

I did love you. I loved you so much I couldn’t breathe. You consumed my entire being, and that’s why I let you treat me the way you did. I don’t know what you got out of destroying me time after time, but I hope

Marriage is not beautiful 

Marriage is ugly, you see the absolute worst in someone. You see them when they’re mad, sad, being stubborn, when they’re so unlovable they make you scream. But you also get to see them when they are laughing so hard that tears run down their

Then There Was You

While I lay here waiting to hear from you, I can’t help thinking about what my life has become when you became a part of it. Waiting and wanting you has been the focus of my thoughts these days, knowing that one day, all that

I Want You …

Come into me. Let me remind you why human contact is an absolute necessity. Let me grab those hips of yours, and bring you in close enough to show you that you will never lose me. I want to bite your lips and fill your