Sadder Than Anything

Sadder Than Anything

A Poem by Dah

An umbrella moves

through the rain

and in between each drop



Morning’s injured light

far from the sun

trips over rooftops

into the wind’s mouth

passing over my eyes


I hear footsteps

alone on the sidewalk

alone in the rain

only to stop and wait

for a dream or a green light


From the sidelines

a burly boom

of far-off thunder

Time passes even darker


Raindrops tangle in my hair

raindrops sadder than anything

Neruda has written


©dah / dahlusion 2016 a.r.r.

"Sadder Than Anything" was first published
in The Recusant, UK

© 2017 Dah

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Nice poem. I like the imagery in "mornings injured light far from the sun trips over rooftops". I also like the last line about Neruda.

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Added on October 7, 2017
Last Updated on October 7, 2017
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Berkeley, CA

Dah’s fifth poetry collection is Say This In A Whisper (Red Wolf Editions, 2017) and his poetry has been published by editors from the US, UK, Ireland, Canada, China, Singapore, Spain, Australia.. more..