'Paradise' Regained - Poem by Wenjun Liu
Out you spluttered from blinding mist
Morning dews splashed under feet.
Always just in time,
The beetle took its flight
Wings shining a flutter of purple dye.
Dark lured me with heavenly light.
Kiss on the forehead dream-long-lost soft.
Your hands locked in mine
Tiny they both were, fingers entwined.
Brook unfrozen in a blink of an eye,
Laughter twinkled and burst'd into sight.
We took off together
Ignoring the misty blankness behind.
In the Pandora's box,
the pearl reside'.
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