Closing Eyes

Closing Eyes

A Poem by 7's

Strange;I remember your fringe,
I remember the fibs, that I used to say, to you.

It stinks, to a suave sir,
Was ever it a true?
Closing eyes looking to you:
Not a dream, it feels reality,
More than me, more than sea, more than this city.
If you ever were real,
You should've had a cereal,
With a smile so kind.
The time must wind.
An air with your scent.
No roads that now bent.

The lids are up, and I lost you, in somewhere I can't touch.

© 2019 7's


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A recollection of something once sweet. The eyes are open now and may see it differently. I prefer straight roads. I like to see where I am going. First of yours I have read. Hello.

Chris

Posted 9 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Praveen

9 Months Ago

Actually you have reviewed another one of this account before:
https://www.writerscafe.org/wr.. read more
Christine Anne Shaw

9 Months Ago

You are very welcome and I just checked up on the link you provided. So I did, a year ago now. Good .. read more
Beautiful, bittersweet, and haunting....a great write.

Posted 11 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

light and ashes

9 Months Ago

The whole thing? So is it yours? I'm sorry, if that's a dumb question. You might that kind of unclea.. read more
Praveen

9 Months Ago

Yes it WAS my account. I was looking back at old poems yesterday, found your review unreplied. So th.. read more
light and ashes

9 Months Ago

Cool :) thanks

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