Alice Baudoin

Landing Like A Stranger

I mixed you up with the sky
In the end of the day

With the leaves
Of the forest glim

With our song
"Landing like a stranger'

With life,
I filled my days with you

My ears, my laughter,
My echoes, my hopes,

My steps, my nights,
My wrinkles, my sighs

I should forget
How the world is rolling

The same colors for us,
The same seasons,

Same words
Same smile

I'll efface you
As a candle - dying,

As the snow on your path
Before walking

From my ears, from my laughter,
My echoes, my hopes,

My steps, my nights,
My wrinkles, my sighs

Still, could I ever efface you
From the orange sky of a sunset

From the leaves of the forest glim
And our song - "Landing like a stranger"?

Without you
I'm landing like a stranger

Into this world
As into any other

Topic(s) of this poem: separation

Poem Submitted: Monday, January 4, 2016

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Comments about Landing Like A Stranger by Alice Baudoin

  • Ratnakar Mandlik (1/4/2016 10:42:00 PM)

    'Without you
    I am landing like a stranger
    Into this world
    As into any other
    A splendid write, enjoyed the poem. Thanks for sharing.

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    Alice Baudoin(1/4/2016 10:44:00 PM)

    Thank you, Ratnakar.

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