kamilla davila


Sleep Walking - Poem by kamilla davila

You walk around as if you were in a daze
Your eyes with dark circles surrounding them
Your eyes red as if bathed in chlorine

The night creeps in and you sweep in and out through the trees
As if you belong in the night with the things that blend within
Moon as dark as the lightbulbs inside the street lamps

Day destroys the moon once again
And your eyes, hidden by fragments of hair and black hoodie
Your skin untouched by the sun

Days go by slow but to you it seems the nights grow shorter and shorter each time they come
You say you belong
You say that the night wants you to live within it

You walk around as if you were in a daze
Your eyes with dark circles surrounding them
Your eyes red as if bathed in chlorine

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You sleep walk and your eyes show the exact places you have been
Only because when you talk about it your eyes light up and that is the only time that the redness will disinigrate away
And you are yourself again


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 28, 2013



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