Winter’s Eve

Winter's Eve

I don’t know how to bow and express
my affections somehow
I have much to learn, yet to say But my words are here to stay, yet to
stray

 
Locked and kept in my heart
All my flaws and claws that lie within
My seamless mask may break apart
And set the truth free from therein
Unchanged and unchained as the years
past

 
Thoughts fade and disappear, pacing
fast

 
Ink bled through leaves and sheets torn
There, I saw you, in the afternoon
December

 
Your eyes are the same brown as I once
remember

 
I wonder how you look at me with such
eyes

I can’t see past the broken cracks and
frosted ice

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