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At Twilight

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Your kind of poetry who is simply written but is deeply understood.

at-twilight

I'm sitting here alone
Facing the horizon.
As the heavens shown
This red and orange cotton.

It was a blanket of pastel
Embracing the sky.
But somehow my heart fell
With this world passing by.

It was a blaze of fire
That somewhat caught my eye.
As my heart deeply desire
To let it stay for a while.

I never felt this warmth
As I move a little closer.
But would it cause me harm
If it'll stay a little longer?

It was this twinkling ambiance
I never felt before.
And having this little chance
Is what I am here for.

I hope the time would freeze
For me to savor this limit.
And to feel the warm breeze
Of this new drawn memories.

And now, the time is done,
I guess it should go now.
But something will never be gone
That made me wonder somehow.

I don't even know why
That in a moment I was caught.
The glimpse that made me cry
And the magic that it brought.

I should just wait, maybe
For a new day to come around
Till the moment I would see
The one that made my heart sound.

© 2020 Faith Cruz

Comments

Faith Cruz (author) from Bulacan, Philippines on July 23, 2020:

Truly Miss Lorna, it's so wonderful to gather all the memories and recall it once in a while. Thank you so much for appreciating this poem.

Lorna Lamon on July 23, 2020:

Sometimes it is our memories which bring us the most joy. This is a beautiful poem, which touched my heart.

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