Native Dreamer

Ayer - Poem by Native Dreamer

Crystal beneath the setting sun,
Burning beauty in a misty haze,
The heir to immortality plays listlessly,
Through caverns we run,
I in the shadow you in the light,
wafting softly through the twilight,
Captain of this wordless game,
timeless controller of destiny.
Teach me

Poet's Notes about The Poem

I met this western city living Buddhist and instantly fell in love in vain. The relationship barely lasted a week he introduced me to his three year old asking to meet me a pasty skined Celt at a pool adorned with Mediterannean Gods and Goddeses this is how i saw his child. Perhaps its because i have none.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 11, 2012

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