Treasure Island

Ernesto Rodrigues


ÉNIGME


La réalité impuissante

déposée sur mon visage

des espoirs balayés

d'une fine écriture

sur la même cadence


Chants de vie et de mémoires

comme l'arbre millénaire

si légère et si lourde

claquant dans le silence

tout au fond de ma nuit


Se brise la conscience

on pèse tous les gestes

aux déserts infranchissables

en l'espace d'un instant

entre la sagesse et le rêve


La lourdeur du destin

le spectre de la présence

d'incessants émois bleus

de ta peau frémissante

dans mes pensées aiguisées


Les arbres frissonnent

l'inconsolable solitude

que le hasard nous a doté

comme des rêves épuisés

de démarche en harmonie


Tous mes regrets ou plaisirs

du châtiment de l'errance

caressant essences et grains

comme flammes qui s'agitent

aux jours qui t'apportent joie

Submitted: Friday, November 09, 2012
Edited: Saturday, November 10, 2012

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