“What a Life!”

I see a man, he’s walking.

His daughter near him, smiling.

They walk towards the darkened town.

And then another man,

walked behind them

Tried to touch the little girl’s butt.

He took his arms around her,

kicked the father out of, the way

So he,

could pull down her pants,

her tears fell in the father’s hands,

and with a gun, he was shot dead.

And she cried,

while the man continued to

take his hands inside her.

The neighbors went to see,

what was happening

but they retired eventually to their caves.

The man was drunk

but is that really an excuse?

He knows the girl is not a kid anymore.

She will live her whole life,

wondering why it happened to her

Oh what a life!

What a fucking beautiful life!

Oh what a life!

I love this fucking wonderful life!


“Where to go”

I know where you are

where you’ve been tonight.

I smell his sign,

but you know I’ll never get mad.

I won’t cry tonight

even though we had a fight.

Ain’t that what love’s about:

“Let her go before she’s out”?

If the sky is falling down

I will run like a hound.

If the moon fails to shine

I will show you the light

And where to go,


And if you can find a way

to get home today;

I will take you in my arms

forget the way you cried

I’ll forget you went away.

I’ll forget his face on your lips

I’ll forget you went away.

I’ll open up my heart.

I will take you back to me,

even though you went away.

I feel like I’m standing on the road
Watching other people smile.
Their laughter, their music
Falls down like snow
And my feet get covered
By ashes of dreams,
And cries for hope.

So this is my life,
Lying on the couch
With two mojitos and a prostitute too.
Hoping someone will stab me in the chest.
Feel a little pain for a change.

I would dance,
If I only knew how to kill the spider on me,
Feeding off my cries.
I won’t come home tonight,
I’ll walk down the shore and jump in the ice.



“Grey-eyed” is dancing in the sand,

painting pictures with feet and hands.

His smile pulls a trigger in my heart

and makes me feel again.

No other has eyes like him,

grey and green painted deep.

Angels sing the tunes of heaven

when in my arms he falls asleep

Sing for me “Grey-eyed”

the songs in your head,

the words in your heart.

Sing for me “Grey-Eyed”

Let me feel,

the deepest love to feel.

Dance with me grey eyes.

I walk with him, hands in hands,

on the road that is my life.

I see how the sun sets at the end,

and he’ll walk all the way with me.

He’ll never let me go,

to the end of the road we’ll go.

Past pains from those who hated,

to joy from each other.

And if you,

sing “Grey-eyed”

I’ll take you to the moon and back

buy some stars

and let you fly with me

Sing for me “Grey-eyed”

the songs in your head,

the words in your heart.

Sing for me “Grey-Eyed”

Let me feel,

the deepest love to feel.

Dance with me grey eyes.

Dance with me.

Grey eyes


“When Autumn Comes, She Dies”

She came in spring.

When the snow melted,

and left behind

the sad days from dark times.

From the ground, she grew

towards a kind sun,

casted shadows over villages and towns.

As she grew she formed

red balls of sweet.

We harvested it

and thanked her for it.

Then the sun went distant,

left behind memories of warmth.

As the leaves reflect the setting life.

She bends down,

she cries.

She dies.

“Born Under The Bridge”

I was born,

under a bridge

which runs.

To them old factories.

And I grew,

like a dying plant

between gases

and sand.

I’m a man,

coming from a bridge.

Over the river,

where my mom did;

Throw me down below,

to the darkness of the soul

of this town’s bridge.

I was born,

under a bridge.

I heard,

kids laughing here.

And I screamed,

my mother’s name

That made

them run away.

I’m a man,

a child of God.

Whom threw

me away.

And nobody went to search,

this baby crying hurt.

For I’m simply a man.

A simple, little man.

From a bridge without name.