Georgia Daliana

(Athens, Greece)

Of The Wind - Poem by Georgia Daliana

A star is falling
and burns the ocean.
I hide you
and you deny me
always under no conditions
you are traveling in a shell.
You laugh
and I keep afloat in your laughing
I bait the wing not to ...
You still laugh and you grow smaller
and then the rain comes
and drinks you.
The poetry, nothing
a blank number
more deserted
when with blood.
Misty absence without time
the night of gloom is sailing
Ash and sea are mingled.

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Read poems about / on: poetry, ocean, star, silence, rain, sea, wind, night, time, travel

Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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