Eila Mahima Jaipaul
Legend, Myth And Illusion - Poem by Eila Mahima Jaipaul
I thought that this was only illusion
a mirrored reflection of a belief in love
forgotten in the constant promise
of new beginnings.
it comes and goes, love does
leaving memories that turn into mind legend
watching the wind carry the clouds and moon
I remember tales of this legend
and what destiny said was to come of it.
But I'll keep my own prophecy
with the night and the moon
a coven with no beginnings or endings
for I refuse to believe in the end of illusions.
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