Snow Angels Of Narcissus - Poem by Lucas Akkadian
Our tethers fell dismantled
Into the withering sun
To leave me breathing in the smoke.
As you turned the changes moved
A cadence all their own.
It’s memory stole up my resolve:
Retreating out of solace to be
Disenchanted like a waking dream,
Into an image of your lips.
Swiftly, softly, into the dark,
Everyone leaves eventually…
“And yes”, she pressed “even you”.
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