After You'D Gone - Poem by Laurie hill
After you'd gone,
I watched until the darkness hid you.
Pressing my cheek gently, softly,
against the cool window pane.
Frost, like an angels brooch, melted slowly upon the glass
as did my memories, unclear,
of days long past.
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