Wado Correa

Rookie (04/03/1982 / Paraty)

Metaphysical Love - Poem by Wado Correa

The farther we reach the longer we stretch, said the wind
We are moving towards our inner spin, where all energetic beams are dissolved
By the dense frequency we expire the fog of the flint
We are more like clouds than their wound evolved

Rolling over sharp fences, our disarrayed mind clings
the nearest become the farthest, the rain become stoned
Then all the feelings are put apart, they start to limp
The arrows of loneliness form our love, loved.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 21, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 21, 2011

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