Stephanie Fuchs

Daybreak

Heavy feet carry me
 
through transparent darkness;
 
wandering in unknown territory
 
of lost promises
 
and wishes
 

 
The voices of the possessed
 
push me forward;
 
Stumbling into shades
 
of light
 
and nowhereness
 

 
My bones crack
 
beneath your gentle paws,
 
as I remember my lilies
 
dying
 
in your garden
 

 
My hand reaches out
 
and disappears in emptiness
 
while heart-shaped leaves
 
cover these pictures
 
of you
 

 
The night claims its right
 
to die out
 
and gives way to a search
 
without voices
 
calling me to look
 
back
 

 

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 05/17/2005.

 

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