Luz Marina


beautiful day


There’s a beautiful day outsider
Birds sing their daily tune
White clouds blanket part of the blue sky
Their freedom a mystery

My heart becomes throbs his perennial memories
His pain, enclosed in the alley behind
The princess in the forest, who knows if she return
In time she’ll feel the cold caresses of the dark earth

Her thoughts are songs, her words are like melodies
Dancing cheerfully thought the air

She walks amongst sadness, in age long ago
Her love is diffuse, an image that run in silence
In the long path of her dreams
In the extensive roads of her thought, a trunk of illusions
Closes with a huge padlock of hope, her spirit
Protect her infinite patience

Bitter and sweeter tears wait on the threshold of memories
Have fragmented the fragile door of her presence
Emptiness, a moment, a silence, in a memory cloud
A photo, an archaic picture of the forgetfulness
Her castle throws down the sigh of silence

Shadow of the day
Light, night
Day night, night and day
Happily you sit in the tower of the joy
Suddenly you’ll cry your grief’s in hell of subtle
And ardent fantasies

But times always runs, memories never laugh,
The smiles never wait, nevertheless the sadness laugh
Melancholy sleep, illusion lost in abyss of sorrows
Cry the despair, weep, and the tears in the path of whims
A vehicle toward memory

Submitted: Friday, October 09, 2009

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