Pain and foreboding, swirl as though twin shadows
I observe one’s sandstone while the other’s tea rose.
They attack me with means to probe my conscience,
I battle them off flashing one of my winsome smiles.
Once you have dealt with feelings that nudge harder,
than necessary, close your eyes and take deep breath.
‘Let your mind dance to the mellifluous call of wind,
flail your arms out wide and embrace the moonlight,
and know, you light up my life with your presence.’
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Posted for Poems in April @ Real Toads