Romeo Della Valle

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Autumn's Love


Supine, breathing
To the rhythm of the song
Coming out my heart...
Not yet asleep, nor soon will be,
I am dreaming anyway
Of the love awaiting for me,
Maybe tomorrow...

I am sure
That so much depends on tomorrow
When my sorrow will be
Softly shaken like the leaves
That beautifully decorate October,
When freely they fall...

Those bright and colorful days
Dressing every space of the Autumn:
In rust, amber, rose and plum,
Subtler hues of peach and blue,
Skipping lightly the sidewalks,
Lawns and fading streets
And everywhere in between...

This great reservoir of colors
Surrounding all with brightness
That clearly becomes a wonder,
Reminding one,
Of the joyful flight
With each hand that flew,
Letting go, as I know, too,
The time to go to you,
Falling into your loving arms
While kissing you, passionately!


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Submitted: Saturday, October 01, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, October 30, 2012

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