Gene van Troyer
From 'Dancing On The Great Void'-(A Haiku Sequence) - Poem by Gene van Troyer
What is it, this dream
turning in me like the clouds
blazing with moonbeams?
Lightning breaks the sky.
Rainwind shrieks through fissured stone,
pouring from your eyes.
Is it just because
the wind blew the clouds away?
Sunlight in your eyes!
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