Words Of Lonely One - Poem by Juan Johanes
It’s not the soft moonlight comes through the window,
trapped and reflected on the mirror,
that brings me into the dream hours
Nor the sunrise ray strong and sharp,
slowly beats the frozen night by his warmth and filling my room with awareness,
that waking me up from my lonely night
They are too much soft and strong for me to be seen
Paint me with too many colors, overtake my soul with the emptiness and minor melodies
I’m alone, I die if it became worse!
I need a mile of dreams, fly me away from the hurting reality
Feel happy to see cloudy sky,
when it turns into the raindrops that fall onto and crash the ground,
build a human untouchable symphony, make a peaceful and calming mind
That’s lot better than human shouting noise, ruins my feeling into thousand pieces
The breezing wind always blows with lonely heart
Cut the autumn leaves, but bloom the flower to the true colors
When it goes again, leaves me alone in life where I should live
Is there anyone could give me the true feeling?
Humans live aside, not knowing wether it’s sad or happy,
Far from lonely heart, so far it has no existance for them
and where the moonlight and the sunrise ray aren’t too much soft and strong to be seen...
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