Elvis Lantan Poems
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In A World Of Poems And Regrets
I heard the poets
How they spoke
“Don’t leave me, ” they said—
“We’re going home now.”
And I, like a fool, said the same
I spent time and again
Giving my premise of love
Throwing “I love you’s”
Wearing love like a gaudy shirt
And I went on
Comparing her to the moon
To a breeze, or a stream of water
To a blade of grass
Or to the night
Too late I realized
She was nothing like the moon
And very much unlike the wind
A blade of a grass is far too common
And the night has always remained
Too late I realized that—