A Pause (V1)

A Pause (V1)

A Poem by Kristallo

Between words lost
spacial
infinity stretched my perception
of (present) time (us) 
In concept, we no longer exist
My love, because
Now
I soften; like light lifting lilted lanterns
your reflection breathes life into
A widow's (you) weeping willow's 
Eye, wilted
Always, like willows, my favorites
are so sad.
Shadows- i'm chasing,
and dust- i'm choking on our--
All that remains. 
I loved Riesling, American Spirits, Olafur Arnalds, light, elephants, and
YOU.
But you never really cared for music, did you? 
Buckley's "Hallelujah" 
and Fiona's "Every Single Night," explain why-
love is not a victory march
and every single night's alike
with my b r  a  i  n
Black as the madness
(mind)
A memory,

A pause. 

© 2016 Kristallo



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Very nice use of words and thoughts.
"Buckley's "Hallelujah"
and Fiona's "Every Single Night," explain why-
love is not a victory march
and every single night's alike
with my b r a i n
Black as the madness
(mind)
A memory,

A pause. "
The above lines are so good. I could write a epic tale from the meaning of the words written. Thank you Kristallo for sharing the amazing poetry.
Coyote


Posted 12 Months Ago



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Kristallo
Kristallo

Denton, TX



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