Miroslava Odalovic

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A Bit Clumsy But You'd Like It Poem by Miroslava Odalovic


i knew one day i'd recognise my wings
i knew the heart would start beating faster
i'd say it in a whisper a night vaguely heard
i'd see you there when first wings wide open
the dance of your moonlight
across my face a beautiful pale


my midnight would your early morning be
but somewhere in the middle of all time
eternal spread will feed all the rhymes

Submitted: Friday, June 1, 2012
Edited: Saturday, June 2, 2012

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Dedicated to T.G. Craddock for no fear of flying and all the midnights in the world lol

Comments about this poem (A Bit Clumsy But You'd Like It by Miroslava Odalovic )

  • Rookie Terence George Craddock (6/12/2012 4:09:00 PM)

    On Angel’s Wings Fly Moonlight Midnight Causes

    we take wing upon siren wind
    calling freedom fly throughout eternity

    come fly with me spread wings wide
    embrace love all races of humanity

    upon cliff edge faith leap into shadow night
    fighting wrongs with right in beauty purity


    Dedicated to Miroslava Odalovic.
    Copyright © Terence George Craddock (Report) Reply

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