A Parting

Date 2019/4/6 1:38:28 | Topic: Poems

I was once again-
angry with me, for
cheating the smile and
wading into violence of tears.

It was hard on me.
You will not find any remains
of my departure.

Like a cuckoo
breaking its flights in mid air
and falling from the sky.

It was not that simple-
to embrace the solitude. I
was your dream and I was
your pain.

A pithy moon-
in all-out night, smothering
the wet lips. I want
no more affairs.

A ripened age wants only
a handshake to finalize an exit.

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