Agatha Eliza Laposi
Twilight (Thoughts That Hindered You Today) - Poem by Agatha Eliza Laposi
The twilight stretches its fan of splendour
with silky veils caressing a widowed sky
sweeping the powdery, red sun away
somewhere, hidden behind the roving clouds
all bats are turned to velvet butterflies.
Forget the thoughts that hindered you today;
they're miles away, on ships that harbour
to distant places, as some say...
sailing under a suspended bridge across time,
across life. Forget and wait for the sunrise.
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