Agatha Eliza Laposi
Like Shadows - Poem by Agatha Eliza Laposi
You won't hear the world cracking,
collapsing into a dusky silence
where wings no longer flutter
and love itself ceases
in a fiery paradise of amber petals.
All the dreams took the colours of
incandescent rays caressing the
shoulders of a lonesome lover...
The fragrance of autumn,
against the walls of my heart
exposes the colours of your gestures
that creep forever like the shadows.
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