Her Thunderous Love - Poem by glorious alice
She broke the law for me
And, clutched my hand to darkest zone.
I feared with her navigation – but
She showed all to my bruised mind
It was a short trip
Like a water in a desert.
All I saw was nice
I was scared and begged her
To back my home.
She dropped me in a no man’s land.
Sky never waved me
Dark sky was a symbol of my alarmed heart.
Night was close cousin to my wandered legs.
Where can I find her?
Moon blinked me in a negative way –yet
I was positive
She was standing far away
In between us
Whining wolves and barking foxes
She stretched her hand out to hold my hand
Then I was blissful to die.
No one said so she would come
My heart blossomed when she was visible there.
I had a short walk to her
She was not there.
Then. finally I had to finalize that
She was nowhere –and
She was mirage.
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