Maya Hanson


A Touch Of Infinity - Poem by Maya Hanson

Wings on air
in the misty morning
a tiny
fluttering
reaches my ears

Eyes fixed
on a cloudy sky
The sun plays with me,
in and out of the trees

A soft rustle-
I turn over
my shoulder

A piece of
the forest,
small and fragile

The fawn blinks,
takes a step,
another,
tilts her head
and smiles.

I swear she smiles.

She flicks one ear
at me
in greeting,
in farewell,
in a simple infinity,
turns her head
and bounds away.

Wild,
it leaves me breathless
a touch of infinity
can't look back

Topic(s) of this poem: nature


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 29, 2015



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