Sudden Deaths

Sudden Deaths by Aila Bolandro

I was killed, once
Felt like the world in my hands
Like a bean sprout in a mud
A place I usually don’t hide.

I was killed, twice
Lived my childhood like a mouse
Gotta hide in the sunrise
I filled my treasure chest with cries.

I was killed, thrice
I haven’t even recognized
As if bullets are comrades
A silencer during the night sky.

I lost count with my deaths
A gigantic immortal beast inside
Devouring the peace I desperately built
Livin’ in a coffin ready to be buried.

Lost Then Wander by Aila Bolandro

With the unsteady heart and mind
İ decided to leave for a while
Look for a place to hide
A nest no one will find.

I found a place never been before
It’s quiet? I’m not sure
There are waves just like me
Seems unbothered, or I just thought it to be.

This haven turned into chaos
Didn’t know when it started
Being lost with time again
The cries are never spoken.

İt was a disaster finding this paradise
The soul wandered all the time
Seeking the light under the moonlight
Finding the shelter in the sunrise.

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Aila Bolandro

She’s Ma. Aila S. Bolandro, a 22-year-old girl from the Philippines who loves to write as a way of expressing unsaid thoughts and releasing unpleasant energy. Writing is her sweet escape.

She dreams of making her book someday to inspire and give hope to others who find writing as an outlet and those suffering from depression and anxiety.  

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