Cornelius Nolitta, Italian writer, published books: L'Anima Scritta; Arcanum. Available on Amazon.
I continue to look at a window, with glass beaded with rain.
Outside a dark, threatening sky.
Branches of trees that dance a whirling dance, following the symphony played by the sirocco.
The stormy air that contrasts with the calm of my room.
Here where a warmth envelops everything like a blanket.
The mind runs to those who lack it.
To whom the elementary fury has taken everything away.
To those who crave a simple blanket, to cling on for a bit of heat and a semblance of security.
It tighten the heart imagining, eyes full of pain, of desperation.
Then I would like to hug everyone to give some of my warmth.
To bring some hope.
© 2019 Cornelius Nolitta
Cornelius Nolitta (author) from Roma, Italia on November 19, 2019:
Lorna Lamon on November 18, 2019:
So true Cornelius particularly now with so many natural disasters around the world. Your poem is full of warmth, compassion and hope.