What do you see there far away,
Horizon blue like you?
A touch of purple haunts your gaze
Enfolds your shoulders, too.
You are not real, a cobalt dream
Proportioned strange and tall
Your hand forever frozen still
Gaze steadfast, hid from all.
Persistent is your silhouette
Entwined in thoughts and dreams
Those shadows now more real to me
Than flesh and blood, it seems.
Your turquoise beauty blends so well
With tones cerulean blue
While somber shades envelop you
Like cloaks of nightly dew.
But wait, I hear your message now.
How could I be so blind?
Did gorgeous hues so mesmerize
Eyes also blue in kind?
You always gaze toward the sun
Await its morning glow
Not looking down, nor looking back
Though blue, you're here, you're now.
So thank you lady clothed so pale
For helping me to grow.
Amid life's follies, don't look backm
That 's all I need to know.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem