Refracted

Refracted light

Light still shone so brightly,
as life was altered and
distorted; time bending,
crouching beneath hope,

holding fresh contortions,
in that buckled way of new
relationship; a curling into
being, as mind deflected

rays, birthed distortions,
inclining always to the
centre of my being, and
spiralling through space,

with yours, in that warp
of moment, when we did
waver, tilt, tipping on the
edge of all we knew, as

love did slowly wilt in
shadow thrown by vision
so refracted; so lost behind
burst bubbled memory.

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About rosross

Editor, writer, poet.
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  1. hastywords says:

    I would like to invite you personally to check out the submission information for an anthology that I am putting together with a few other poets. I think with your knowledge and unique experiences some of your poetry would be perfect to the Back To Our Roots theme. Think about it 🙂

    http://thereveriejournal.com/anthology-submissions/

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