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Poems :  Evening Prayers
Tags: Life  
 
I plant my last kiss
on the wall of mausoleum,
and turn back to face the
inevitable transparency.

Like a birthmark-
you stick to me for an eternity.
Honeyed tongue swaps
a blue. I am not a path,
only a candle in the wind.

Moon-washed your face
swims in my black eyes.
I search my genes
in you, for an answer.

In poetic jargon, with
broken wings, I take a flight
to that horizon, where
my aura ends and your spell begins.

Blameless-you spin,
and break into hundred of shards.
They become stars. I remain
stranded at sunset.



Satish Verma

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hitalot879
Posted: 2018/10/21 23:42  Updated: 2018/10/21 23:42
Just can't stay away
Joined: 2017/9/16
From: Wolcott, Ct
Posts: 126
 Re: Evening Prayers
You compel me to grow to go beyond my means.
I was going to give up writing before until I read your poetry
Sought a glimmer of hoe made sure to really develop an edge to writing
You are keen on developing new insight faultless before each take.
Thank you for your time.

Mario

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