Alyssa ArtsLover

End Of Summer - Poem by Alyssa ArtsLover

'The day when the sun
Left its last sign
Through branches and dying leaves
I believe
Gently left his traces of his smile
Under every single step I used to take
Over my shadow on the trodden grass, my freezing sigh

Icebergs within me, they were he couldn't render
Broken barrage in the avalanche
He was...I remember

My arrival to a desolated path
Made him to surrender
But his memory remained
Wherever the foolish wind have blown me
He was the shelter of a heart-a wanderer

In the middle of nothing
A mourning bird inhabited hemlock
At its feet an 'angel' on her knees
Above the foliage an invisibly roaring clock
In star's eyes wild waves of distant seas
It was all I left to see

Silence took the minutes in its hands-Calm before the endless storm
But it didn't take more than a blink, a running thought
Prattling waters like crows,
Silver puddles reflected the idyllic moments of nevermore
Ships of life left the shore

And I wondered...
'The globe turns so slow
To the light from gloom
Empty, hazy and worn
But where does it lead?
Will I ever see him again
Will I ever smell the flowers to bloom
Will those ships return? '

Topic(s) of this poem: autumn, summer

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 29, 2017

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