Janine Alyssa Navarro
Jasmine - Poem by Janine Alyssa Navarro
A go for love would be to fathom my codes
Resembling intersecting roads,
I am not easy.
I led many hearts astray, left them weary.
Donâ€™t find whatâ€™s lost,
Or feel whatâ€™s running amok.
Is it my generous silence?
Or my stagnant beauty?
Fervent tries, oh I merely wince;
words die eternally.
I cover myself in metrical compositions,
but Iâ€™m not a delusion
I know Iâ€™m your discreet phantom.
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