He orbited the planet till she stopped weeping.
The marching band played until the bandstand collapsed.
He cried for justice atop a corpse pyramid.
His smile couldn’t hide malice behind his eyes.
He came and went without ever knowing her.
He hit the wall with his unprotected head
He force fed his master crumbs and vitriol.
He longed for the curve of her blade.
He taught her to love, lie and leave.
He could not ever let her imperfections rest.
She fell asleep as he breathed his last.
His love came fast and left rather furious.
They eagerly agreed on the boy’s death sentence.
The bird squawked for its long dead mother.
The hamster walked for miles in his wheel.
He watched his computer as she left him.
The shy octopus could only count to seven.
Her capable hands failed to stitch his wounds.
“No, there is something faster than light: gossip.”
In the sofa we found thousands of pennies.