Rex mayor Ubini
Rebirth - Poem by Rex mayor Ubini
I’ve died a thousand count
buried myself in the morgue of thoughts.
Moping around in a somber sphere
But each time you walk pass
a light slides over my eyes,
like morning I wake to my divine senses.
Pure spirit in cloak of snow
do not stop passing by
Lest I die and never wake on the morrow.
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