Moon Weaver - Poem by Liyo Denorte
like a tale of two paramours
one weaves an invisible bond
to tie up something within
without him-self being present
declaration of longingness,
throbbing with hidden meanings.
how could he sense each other's feelings?
sharing the same
suffering and endearment.
what do you have in mind?
a fading image that gets across the state of pain
a never ending soundtrack
a forbidden love: in the darkest ocean
of your social media app
Who is it?
going through their worldly urges
of wanting to 'hand [themselves] over'
never clarify if he goes on with his urges
and becomes romantically entangled with him
then confess his sin
only to die later but not before declaring
that he loves him better
two moons in two different worlds
too isolated by just creasing a fold
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