Rex mayor Ubini
Somewhere Under The Sun - Poem by Rex mayor Ubini
Somewhere under the sun,
Lies the bone of my bone,
the flesh of my flesh.
But in the hollow of a big stone.
Passing time teases me
with angels in disguise.
They came and left.
They left me to restart my quest.
When it seems
I have found my queen,
my thought falls into the slope of time.
Smiles return to where they have been.
I keep on stretching my hope,
and the span of my eyes.
You keep on vanishing like smoke
Yet you are not a ghost.
As the wind travels today,
may you stand on its back.
And let it blow you to me
like a whisper in the air.
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