Sandra Feldman


Magic Word


If I were to touch you,
With a Magic Word,
Would that still attach you,
To my Magic World?

If I were to tell you,
How you fascinate,
Would you still embrace me?
Even though it's late.

If I were to give you,
Just this Magic Word,
Would you then accept it,
Not think it's absurd?

Oh, I have no answers,
For you're far away!
Life is just Mysterious,
black and white and gray.

Epilogue:
Happiness delirious,
Never seems to stay,
Solitude and Sadness,
They, get in the way.

Submitted: Sunday, March 23, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 24, 2014

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