My Twisted Fantasy - Poem by Norman Mukwakwami
If I could fall into the sky,
Would time pass me by?
As i sat astride angry, grew clouds?
Or if I could dive into the sea,
And make myself a throne on the seabed,
Then watch the creatures of the sea,
Pay me homage as they swim past.
If I could freeze time,
And spend the rest of my life in that moment,
In an instance.
I would cast a spell on the sunset,
Cast it Medusa's stare,
To petrify it on the horizon.
To solidify its auburn and mauve hues,
And freeze its magical essence.
Then forever live under it.
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