Chiara Bogner

Rookie (06/22/73 / Germany)

Winternight Poem by Chiara Bogner


This cold winter night is mirroring my heart,
restless deadlocked in a foreign life
ignoring people, looking for prickling suspense,
to escape this falsehood

This cold winter night is mirroring my heart,
graven image created to be cursed
pressing the gold on the thumping temple
stumbling thru tears

This cold winter night is mirroring my heart,
studiously hazard would degenerate me
apocalypse mood, careless
everthing will fade away.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 18, 2008

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  • Rookie Rajesh ....... (1/7/2013 9:34:00 AM)

    winters are like sizzlers
    through out off give us chillers
    nights become more darker
    morning become less darker
    winters are like sizzlers
    winters are like sizzlers (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Rajesh ....... (1/7/2013 9:32:00 AM)

    winters are like sizzlers
    through out off give us chillers
    nights become more darker
    morning become less darker
    winters are like sizzlers
    winters are like sizzlers (Report) Reply

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