SHARON DEICHERT

(DARK SIDE OF THE MOON)

RECOLLECTIONS OF DESIRE


RECOLLECTIONS OF DESIRE


Listening to the resonated night,
The distant vibration is felt,
Bringing life's symphony,
To the track and the trains.

Picking up of that which grows,
I alter the gift,
Enabling myself to breathe in the remedy,
For living in reality.

The orchestrated tranquility begins,
Composing enchantments,
To restore dreams of when,
I remember... then.

Indulging my senses.
Proliferating truths without lies,
The sonata plays on,
The recollections of desire.

Submitted: Monday, February 11, 2008

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