Crime Of Heart

Your words pierced my souls as knives,

Even when I have perfectly taken care of yours, everyday & night.

A little ruthlessness there,

a little cold-heartedness here.

There goes the famous person, who attempted a crime of heart.


To own you again, I acted and pried on your business

To take revenge on you, I wrecked your happiness.

Unforgiving there,

Unforgetful here.

There goes the infamous person who attempted a crime of heart.


All the lies I’ve been living, led upto this day,

All the truth I hid away, burned to ashes today.

No hearts beat anymore, to attempt a murder over the other.

Nobody trusts their heart to beating anymore.

Here comes us, attempters of crimes of the heart.


The Best Soundtracks for Writing


While I like writing to music, I hate writing to anything with lyrics. It doesn’t take me long to start singing and bopping along and then I forget all about what I’m actually supposed to be doing.

As a compromise I prefer film scores, because they create a perfect ambiance without dominating my attention.

From the languid, haunting melodies that define The Returned to the unforgettably thrilling 28 Days Later score, here are some of my favourite soundtracks to write to, broken down by genre. Hopefully you’ll find something that suits your own writing.

Literary: Requiem for a Dream

Requiem for a Dream is best known for the sweeping ‘Lux Aeterna’, which you’ve probably heard remixed on movie trailers for Lord of the Rings and The Da Vinci Code. But every track juxtaposes violent beats with a plaintive violin symphony, which is just perfect for a moody piece of literary fiction.

Historical: Atonement

I love the piano-centric refrains in this…

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