Flight - Poem by Lekë Loshi
Numb, from head to toe
Engorged by the electric flow
Visions and sights mildly pass by
I lay in a seat, as my soul flies
That once faint reality, oh how covered with lies!
Laughter, the laughter of a child
Parted my lips, flattened my contour
How trivial my surroundings seemed!
It felt like it was all a dream
The light of amorous angels beamed
And cast its shadows on what was before
Never have I experienced a slumber so deep
Those consuming smokes opened the door
To a never more delightful lore
Where am I?
I do not know
What shall become of me?
Questions left unanswered by the confusion of mind
I am entangled in this trance
Reality seems so abstruse.
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